Clips Nation: for Los Angeles Clippers fans

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The Clippers had a pretty good week despite a disappointing loss to the Spurs. The win in Dallas was impressive, with the team pulling away in the second half and never looking back while limiting phenom Luka Doncic in the process. The Memphis win left a lot to be desired and the Spurs loss was brutal to watch, but the team rebounded against the hapless defense of the Washington Wizards to feast for a casual 150. Afterwards, Kawhi ... Read more

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What a week that was. Paul George and Kawhi Leonard finally played together, and thrilled in a tightly contested win over the the talented Boston Celtics. They followed that with another thriller against the Rockets and closed the week with a blowout against the Pelicans. To start the week, some old Clipper favorites returned, as the OKC Thunder brought home Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Danilo Gallinari, and Chris Paul in another tight... Read more

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Paul George is very good at basketball. The Clippers were disappointing record-wise this week and squandered two 4th quarter leads for losses on back to back nights on the road, partly due to the brilliance of opponents Jrue Holiday and James Harden. However, the offense began coming together against the Pelicans and was absolutely rolling against the overwhelmed Atlanta Hawks, led by a hyper efficient George and career best perfor... Read more

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Rob and Louis are back with another episode of Same Old Clippers after tough back to back losses on the road in New Orleans and Houston. The guys examine the losses and identify the Clippers' weakness against skilled big men in addition to lamenting Doc's overuse of Montrezl Harrell and Lou Williams. They also discuss Paul George's epic return to action and the first NBA start of rookie Terance Mann. Additionally, the d... Read more

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The Clippers played a couple of very different games last week, each entertaining in their own reasons. The Clips split the week 1-1, suffering a throwback (to last year's Clippers) defeat by the hands of the very elite Milwaukee Bucks without Kawhi Leonard, and then earning a W against a sputtering Blazers team with Kawhi. The guys discuss the idea of load management and talk about Kawhi's general longevity within the real... Read more

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The NBA is now in full swing, so the guys are back to debate more various goings on as the NBA heads into week number three. The biggest point of discussion is Clippers superstar Kawhi Leonard resting against the Milwaukee Bucks and reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo, and what that means for the NBA and for fans. Other significant topics touched upon includes the suspension of John Collins for 25 games for PED use and the seeming c... Read more

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Well, that was a grind. The Clippers ended the week with some difficult wins against the Jazz and Spurs on nights when the team could not particularly find their shots, outside of Montrezl Harrell, who can barely miss anything. Luckily, the team has Kawhi Leonard, and he can right the ship when things are chaotic down the stretch. The team also lost to the Jazz in Utah without Kawhi and had a ho-hum victory against the frisky Charl... Read more

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The guys were joined by Sabreena Merchant of Clips Nation and Silver Screen and Roll to do a crossover pod about the Lakers and Clippers, and how both teams are faring in a Western Conference that seems to be in the midst of some upheaval. The Suns are frisky, the Kings look dreadful, the Warriors have no defense, and yet the Clippers and Lakers remain the two biggest stories in the Conference. Do the Clippers need another ball-han... Read more

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The third (and for now, final) show of the expanded Clips Nation podcast network is here! Same Old Clippers will air on a semi-regular basis and will touch on more than just the Clippers and their various ups and downs. Shit-talking will be rampant, player and coach handsomeness rankings and what that means for success will be expounded upon, and fun will be had. Check out the first episode, which gives props to the Clippers (despi... Read more

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That was fun. The Clippers finally beat an NBA team in their first game of the regular season, in a resounding 112-102 win over the rival (?) Los Angeles Lakers. The guys dissect the game and talk about what has gotten them excited about this team so early in the season, focusing on the insane depth of the Clips and the superstar power of Kawhi Leonard. After watching the dichotomy of fans at Staples, they also touch about what it&... Read more

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For the second episode of the Clip Fix with Mike Jaglin, a very special guest from ESPN joined the show: longtime Los Angeles NBA beat reporter and journalist Arash Markazi. The guys chatted about the Lakers and Clippers summer, the dual pairing of superstars in LA, and whether Clippers-Lakers is finally approaching a true rivalry. Both teams believe they can win it all this season, and pairing two such forces in the same city is b... Read more

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The games are finally going to count soon, with preseason basketball winding down and the regular season just a week away. We did get our very first glimpse of Kawhi Leonard in a Clipper jersey, with the added bonus that Shapan covered that game for TLTJTP, talking to some of the players before and afterwards to record some interview footage for the pod. The team also played an Australian squad, and will be finishing up against the... Read more

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NBA BASKETBALL IS BACK. It's totally fair to talk down preseason basketball, but there's still so much hype in the air and everything is fresh and fun. Rob and Shap talk about their early impressions of some Clipper role players, particularly on the fringes of the team. How excited are we about Terance Mann? How refreshing is it to see Ivica Zubac catch passes? Did Jerome Robinson finally impress the oft-critical duo? All t... Read more

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Media day is now done, and that means Clipper basketball is just around the corner — before the end of the week to be precise! Mike Jaglin was at media day, and he joins the guys to talk about all the rumblings that went on throughout the day. Not too much new information really dropped, but we did get a bit more of a timetable on Paul George, and it's good to see the guys together answering questions in their Clipper gear. The... Read more

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Well, September is still September even with the offseason coup the Clippers have pulled off. There are some encouraging videos of the team working out together already, but they just make us crave Clipper basketball even more. Still, former Clipper kid Shaun Livingston just announced his retirement, the SI Top 100 came out, and there are rumors that the Clippers are taking a look at Joakim Noah. Plus, the guys reminisce about Dani... Read more

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There's a new show on the Clips Nation podcast network! Welcome to Clip Fix, with Mike Jaglin (the Jaguar), who will be creating episodes once or twice per week during the Clippers' 2019-2020 NBA season. Normally these episodes will run during the morning after games to get your Clippers fix on the way to work. However, for his debut episode, he's bringing in Brian Sieman, the new voice of your LA Clippers, to discuss h... Read more

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The lull of the offseason continues, but there have been some Clippers-related things to discuss in recent weeks. The Clippers took something that the Lakers figured was theirs in new assistant coach Tyronn Lue, and the schedule has plenty of highlights. But, perhaps more interestingly, Ramona Shelburne put out a 30 for 30 on ESPN focusing on Donald Sterling, his ownership of the Clippers, and his exit from the team. The guys remin... Read more

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Well, free agency was mostly over about a month ago, but the Clippers are still getting the edges cleaned up. Patrick Patterson seemed like he was coming, but now he may not be. Rob and Shap talk about his potential utility on this team, and whether or not they think the Clips still sign him. The guys also discuss how they feel regarding FIBA dropouts, as well as the upcoming marquee matchups announced for the upcoming season. They... Read more

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Clips Nation will soon hold an additional podcast on its feed outside The Lob The Jam The Podcast! Mike Jaglin, formerly of ClipCast, will be the host of this pod, and he joined this episode of TLTJTP to discuss his new show, as well as various other Clippers happenings. Rob, Shap, Lucas, and Jag then debate the Clippers' Over/Under, give their thoughts on the Clippers' new broadcast, and marvel at the plans for the new are... Read more

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We've got a good one for you today. Rob and Shap are reunited with Patrick Zajac, who was with TLTJTP at the very beginning, during the Lob City era. Pat still follows the Clips, and is hyped to talk about the Clippers and their future prospects with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Then, the guys return to their 18-19 retrospective and talk a little about rookie guards Jerome Robinson, Landry Shamet, and, of course, Shai Gilgeou... Read more

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