Clippers Coach is Honored By YMCA

Los Angeles Clippers Head coach Glenn “Doc” Rivers received the Brotherhood Award from the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles and delivered the keynote address during the organization’s 45th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Brotherhood Breakfast on Friday. YMCA presented Rivers with this award for his service to marginalized youth in the Los Angeles Area. The Los Angeles Clippers Foundation recently donated $1 million and made a five-year commitment to the organization. The funding and commitment also includes the implementation of the Jr. Clippers Youth Basketball Program, beginning this Spring. The basketball program will be available in 26 locations across

LA Clippers Beat Phoenix Suns for Eighth Straight Time, 102-96

The Clippers are off to a 4-0 start for the fourth time in franchise history as they beat the Phoenix Suns for the eighth straight time on Monday, November 2 at the Staples Center. “It’s good to start the season like this,” center DeAndre Jordan said. “Four – and- 0 is a pretty good start. But we’ve got to be able to keep it going and improve with every game, find out which rotations work the best and which units work the best.” Forward Blake Griffin led the Clippers with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Point Guard Chris Paul finished

Los Angeles Clippers Win Home Opener, Beating the Dallas Mavericks, 104-88

The Los Angeles Clippers won its home opener, beating the Dallas Mavericks, 104-88, to the delight of Clipper Nation and to the chagrin of Maverick fans still smarting from the Jordan deal gone bad. What deal you ask….here is a quick recap: Clippers center DeAndre Jordan (aka DJ) as a free-agent verbally agreed to a four-year $80 million contract with the Mavericks only renege on it after a visit from Clippers coach Doc Rivers, and Clipper teammates Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, and JJ Reddick. At the end of their visit, DJ was a Maverick no more opting to remain a

Clippers Win Season Opener Against Sacramento Kings, 111-104

The Los Angeles Clippers narrowly escaped a Sacramento Kings fourth-quarter rally to win their season opener, 111-104 last night at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. The Sacramento Kings fought their way back from a 15-point deficit to take the lead in the final minutes of the game but the Clippers executed down the stretch despite committing careless turnovers in the fourth quarter.   With 2 minutes and 21 seconds left on the clock, forward Paul Pierce’s launched a 10-foot jumper preventing what would have been a massive disappointment for Clipper nation, breaking 100-100 tie. “I thought we did a