When you think of Robin Lopez, stone cold enforcer usually isn't the first thing that comes to mind. Well, this evening against the Los Angeles Clippers, Lopez lost his mind on Chris Paul, and earned himself an ejection.
Live television isn't easy. Just ask Shaquille O'Neal, as he's fallen asleep on camera in the past, and last night completely forgot where the Los Angeles Clippers vs. Cleveland Cavaliers contest was taking place.
Chris Paul is a challenge for opposing point guards to defend, and Matthew Dellavedova was not quite up to the task during one sequence Thursday night.
Chris Paul must not like DeAndre Jordan. Why else would he pull these sweet moves out and smoke his own teammate? I need answers.
This could be indicative of why Josh Smith and Lance Stephenson barely get 15 minutes a night for the Los Angeles Clippers.
There's one golden rule to be followed if you play for the Los Angeles Clippers: If you're the last member of the team to make it to the locker room after a win, you must do some type of interpretive dance move. Cole Aldrich is the newest Clipper forced to do so, and the move he busted was nothing short of glorious.
There is a significant drop-off after the Warriors and the Spurs when it comes to title contenders, but the Clippers are at the top of the list of the second-tier teams.
The Los Angeles Clippers have won a few games lately, but the team still isn't a real contender.
The Los Angeles Clippers will be without their most valuable player for at the least the next few weeks, as Blake Griffin has been diagnosed with a partially torn quad.
Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers brought in Lance Stephenson over the offseason, and the wingman must get more minutes for the team to be successful.