Fuck the haters. We shouldn’t be ashamed of a series that was allowed to get out of control by referees who have previously been found to be paid mafia help. Nice, David Stern. But fuck it – I loved being a Clipper fan all year and I’m not going to hang my head like Lakers […]
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Tag: Clippers Games 2012-13
Exhibit #1 Red Wings 1, Ducks 2 Exhibit #2 Tigers lose to Twins Exhibit #3 Clippers choke at home to face elimination Fuck. We still on, though. TIGERS NEXT GAME IS VS. HOUSTON? RED WINGS/DUCKS GAME TWO – just need one in the Pond, anyways – Thursday at 10:00 PM ET. CLIPPERS will play when […]
But these referees are blind. The Clippers trailed 3 at the end of one, and 8 at the end of two & three. The game started slow. Truthfully, we played great defense, but we couldn’t find our offense all night. Blake got it going towards the end of the first, but something was off. Chris […]
25 LA Clippers Tim Hardaway Jr 6-6 205 SG Michigan Jr. via 2013 Mock Draft | NBADraft.net. Match made in heaven. For the record, Trey Burke will go #1. He outplayed everyone in the tournament, including projected #1 Ben M. But, by draft day, snarfs will start to see that this is the can’t-miss kid. […]
The game was pretty close, but the Clippers flirted with a double-digit lead a lot – leading 8 at the end of one and 6 at halftime. They busted it open in the 4th. After all, it was winning time. Chris Paul led the way with 23 points, 7 assists, and 2 steals with only […]
2012-13 Playoffs Schedule Posted Apr 19, 2013 8:13 AM Here is the complete schedule and national television & radio arrangements for all First Round series. WESTERN CONFERENCE – FIRST ROUND (1) Oklahoma City vs. (8) Houston Game 1 – Sun April 21, Houston at Oklahoma City, 9:30 p.m. ET, TNT Game 2 – Wed April 24, Houston at Oklahoma […]
Just a reminder: it’s the first time the Clippers have ever won their division. ONLY LIONS FANS CAN RELATE TO WHAT THIS IS LIKE TO NOW BE RELEVANT AGAIN!
Y’all saw that shiiiiiiiit. 93-77 was the final, but it was pretty much a 20-point lead after halftime. Lots of dunks – we’re just focused on the playoffs. Most importantly, everyone was healthy. Chauncey Billups returned to the starting lineup. Final game: Wednesday, April 17 @ Sacramento Kings 10:30 PM ET *If the Nuggets […]
When we last met, the Tigers had tallied an extra-inning loss to the A’s. START: Saturday, April 13 Tigers 7, A’s 3 F Justin Verlander has a knack for righting the ship. After allowing a 2nd inning run to start the A’s off 1-0, Verlander kept them in check the rest of the way. The […]
7:30 PM ET = Detroit Pistons 8:00 = Los Angeles Clippers 8:30 = Detroit Red Wings 10:00 = Detroit Tigers —————————————————————- NOTES Pistons 59-53 half in Detroit Start of Red Wings in Chicago Clippers 24-25 end of one 43-40 Clippers halftime in New Orleans 0-0 end of 1st period Det. 100-84 in the 4th Clips […]
With a resounding win against the Los Angeles Lakers, the Clips clinched the Pacific Division.
12:15 I barely wake up in time to watch Michigan play in the VCU match-up. They are the first game of the day for a national TV audience. The game is in Auburn Hills, MI, where the Detroit Pistons play (“The Palace”). The Wolverines were pressed by the Rams, who played a seemingly dirty, desperate […]
Clippers look to right the ship after last night’s “loss” (according to the win column) in Sacramento, where we were mugged. In LA, it’s Sixers-Clippers!
STAPLES There was no Tyson Chandler. No Amare. No Melo. So, there was no worry for the Clippers at home against the three-point snarfs that are the New York Knicks. DeAndre Jordan anchored a quality opening half before the Clips busted it wide open in the second half. Blake decided to challenge his buddy Jordan […]
The Los Angeles Clippers signed forward DaJuan Summers to a 10-day contract, the team announced Friday. via Los Angeles Clippers Blog – ESPN Los Angeles. We waived Trey Thompkins, who has sat out all season due to injury. Summers is 6-8, and he played for the Pistons and the Hornets before settling in the NBA’s […]