Ivica Zubac

Paul George Thinks Ivica Zubac is Playoff Ready

Playoffs are around the corner, and George expects excellent things from Zubac. With all the playoff experience on the Clippers, George says Zubac will be able to learn abruptly. He states, “I expect good things from him. I think again, a good thing about it, he’s got so much playoff experience around him our job is to make the process easy for him. Again, everyone is going to make mistakes. I’m still learning the game. It’s going to come naturally. But I think he’s ready for the experience.”

L.A. Clippers Defeat Charlotte Hornets With Elite Defense

The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Charlotte Hornets 111-96 improving to 3-1 on the season to the approval of a packed crowd at the Staples Center. The defensive tenacity and inside presence propelled the Clippers to the victory of the Eastern Conference foe.

Without George to start, Clippers still among NBA’s best

The Los Angeles Clippers shocked the NBA by landing two superstars to go with a proven supporting cast. Only one of them will be on the floor to start the season. Joining his third team in three years, Kawhi Leonard is healthy. Paul George is still rehabbing after two offseason shoulder surgeries. The Clippers’ chemistry — cemented through offseason workouts, group chat via text, a fishing trip and attending Rams games — should provide George plenty of time to work his way back. He will miss the season’s first 10 games, according to coach Doc Rivers, although the team has

The Los Angeles Clippers vs. The NBA Playoffs

The Clippers will return to the NBA Playoffs for the first time since 2017. This year marks the Clipper’s fifth playoff appearance since Doc Rivers took the helm. As of Tuesday, the Clippers hold the number six spot in the Western Conference with the possibility of playing the Portland Trailblazers in the first round.

Lakers’ Two-Way Player Johnathan Williams Experiences a Wild NBA Ride

Lakers’ rookie Johnathan Williams made his NBA debut against the San Antonio Spurs as he introduced himself to the Staples Center crowd with a two-handed dunk on his first play of the game. After Lakers’ starting center JaVale McGee fouled out and Ivica Zubac found himself in foul trouble, Lakers’ coach Luke Walton called Williams’ number. Though Williams’ first NBA game ended in an overtime loss, he racked up eight points on 4-5 shooting, grabbed four rebounds and three blocks in 14 quality minutes. Williams joined Laker great Magic Johnson and Andre Ingram as just the third Lakers rookie of all time to notch eight points and three blocks in their NBA debut.

Lakers Fall in Overtime to Bucks

A depleted Lakers squad ran out of gas in a 124-122 overtime loss against the Milwaukee Bucks. The loss came although the team shot at 51 percent from the field and 21 second-chance points.