Los Angeles Clippers
The Los Angeles Clippers were actually founded in 1970 in Buffalo, where
they were known as the Braves.
After 8 years, they moved to San Diego where they took up
the Clippers mantle. In 1984 they moved again, this time to
Los Angeles. Throughout this 48 year period the franchise has
known little success, capturing just 2 division titles in 2013 and
The Clippers have frequently been seen as an example of a
perennial loser in American professional sports.
One week on from the trade deadline, and the initial thoughts about who won it this year has changed slightly, according to Tom Hall
Moves have been made, but the bigger trades are yet to be made. Tom Hall breaks down some 3s and 4s that could be next
We have already seen the first domino to fall ahead of the NBA trade deadline, but Tom Hall looks at some of the key players to watch this season
Top 5 MVP race: sharing the spotlight hampers Anthony Davis
On a team built around LeBron James, Anthony Davis could be breaking individual levels and still not sit above his teammate on the NBA’s MVP rankings, according to Huw Hopkins
As we look back on an incredible decade of NBA basketball, the Double Clutch crew debate the league’s MVP for the 2010s
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for the NBA, and as casual fans start turning their attention to the league on Christmas Day, Huw Hopkins takes a look at the last MVP candidates of the year
2019-20 Los Angeles Clippers Preview
The Los Angeles Clippers hit the jackpot this offseason, landing both Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Now, they enter the season as favourites to win it all.
Episode 306 – NBA | Kawhi Leonard and Paul George literally caused an earthquake
Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss Kawhi Leonard’s decision to join the Los Angeles Clippers. His powers of persuasion; the Clippers year-long pursuit and what this move means for the NBA as a whole. Also, is there an overriding lesson to learn from Leonard’s decision? And more.
Playoffs Preview: Western Conference Round 1
Joe Hulbert and Matthew Wellington bring you part 2 of our Round 1 previews, this time looking at the Western Conference