The Los Angeles Clippers have endured a lot of injuries to their backcourt early this year, and their playoff hopes could be in danger if any more players are sidelined.
Chris Paul's Los Angeles Clippers are off to a pretty lackadaisical start to their season, but there is still time for them to turn it around.
The Los Angeles Clippers might not make any moves before the trade deadline, but these are some deals that would work financially if both sides were interested.
The bouncy power foward is putting up career numbers in every statistical category and may very well be one of the top three players in the league right now.
Here are five reasons why Los Angeles Clippers fans should be excited for the 2015-16 season.
The Los Angeles Clippers might have come up short last season, but they have a couple of new tools this year.
The Los Angeles Clippers' Twitter account thought that they'd try and troll the Golden State Warriors. It didn't turn out well for the Clippers.
Lance Stephenson said Charlotte failed to give him enough touches to be a star. Given how loaded the roster is for the Clippers, that may not change.
Just a season ago the Los Angeles Clippers had one of the most unreliable benches in the league. That has changed this season.
Chris Paul fractured his left index finger during a practice in China, and this early injury is troubling news for the Los Angeles Clippers.