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
2014 respectively.

The Clippers have frequently been seen as an example of a
perennial loser in American professional sports.

A franchise-defining season awaits the Los Angeles Clippers

On paper, the Clippers had high hopes last season, but Charlie Liptrott shows why LA can’t just cross it all out and start again

Is Jimmy Butler a top-10 player in today’s NBA?

With gamers abuzz with the new Xbox and Playstation, Thomas Lamming checks in with the top 10 NBA players and how it matches up with real life

Anthony Davis is BIG
Big issue? No, thanks. Anthony Davis and Bam Adebayo prove size really does matter

Anthony Davis and Bam Adebayo have had dominant postseason performances, helping their teams reach the NBA Finals. Could their impact send a shockwave across a league, that over the past decade has increasingly favoured small-ball? Tom Hall takes a look.

Episode 348 - NBA | 2020 Finals Preview
Episode 348 – NBA | 2020 Finals Preview

Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller recap the close-out games of the Conference Finals before digging into the 2020 NBA Finals match-up between the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat.

Episode 346 - NBA | Antetokounmpo's future, Rockets' trajectory, Pringles and ECF predictions
Episode 346 – NBA | Antetokounmpo’s future, Rockets’ trajectory, Pringles and ECF predictions

Matthew Wellington and Mike Miller discuss whether the Bucks can build a team fit for Giannis Antetokounmpo, what’s next for the Houston Rockets and more.

The Man, The Myth, The Legend, The Fun Guy

In her debut post and ahead of the LA Clippers return against the LA Lakers, Aoife Kane learns more about the quiet superstar Kawhi Leonard

NBA Restart Part 1: Top storylines to follow

As we prepare ourselves for the NBA’s Project Restart, Sid Mohapatra looks at the top storylines ahead for the teams now living in the Orlando campus bubble.

An oral history of the DeAndre Jordan Free Agency saga, five years on

The week of DeAndre Jordan’s 360-degree turn is one of the most intriguing stories in NBA offseason lore. Josh Coyne speaks to Ben Golliver, Madelyn Burke, Isaac Lowenkron, Clipper Darrell and a Mavericks source about the events that sent the NBA Twittersphere into meltdown.

Iguodala in Heat uniform
Overreactions to the trade deadline deals: one week later

One week on from the trade deadline, and the initial thoughts about who won it this year has changed slightly, according to Tom Hall