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2018 Schedule
51-31, 2nd in Pacific
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Clippers add Bruce Bowen to broadcast team

Bowen will serve as an analyst for team broadcasts, replacing longtime color commentator Michael Smith. Bowen, a three-time NBA champion with the Spurs during his playing career, had worked for ESPN since retiring in 2009. Clippers play-by-play man Ralph Lawler tweeted Bowen "will bring new and exciting insight" to team telecasts.

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20hKevin Pelton and Bobby Marks

Future Power Rankings: Clips slip, but not that much

The Clippers fall six slots with the loss of All-Star guard Chris Paul, but additions to the roster like Patrick Beverley helped to soften the long-term blow.

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3dDarren Rovell and Bobby Marks

How much does Blake Griffin actually earn?

Griffin was re-signed by the Clippers to a five-year deal worth $171 million, but the 13.3 percent California state tax takes a huge haircut off his earnings.


L.A. a destination for NBA superstars?

What is the possibility of other superstars coming to L.A.? Who are fans most excited to see this season? Plus, a Clippers player says to stop worrying about Steph Curry, people should worry about me. Find out who it is!


Check out Clippers' new alternate uniforms

Set to take over as the NBA's official apparel provider this season, Nike gave us a first look at every team's new alternate uniform designs on Friday.

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#NBArank Nos. 51-75: Gallinari makes top 75

When healthy, Danilo Gallinari can get buckets; he averaged more points per play in the half-court than Kevin Durant last season. He checks in at No. 54 in this year's rankings, up from the No. 70 slot in last year's ranks.

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#NBArank: Williams cracks top 100

Newly acquired guard Lou Williams (No. 81) is still an elite bucket-getter, which is why he was brought in to help bolster the Clippers bench.

Jerry West roots for everybody, including Lakers (2:02)

News around the NBA

Are the Clippers going to make another move? Plus, ProBasketballTalk.com's Kurt Helin talks about the Cavaliers' draft pick from the Nets, the Lakers' $500K fine for tampering with Paul George and the status of Carmelo in New York.

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18dBobby Marks

NBA draft assets for every team

Unsure what your team has acquired and given up in future draft choices? Fear not. Here's a listing of every team's draft stockpile.

19dSN Staff

Need a plumber? Call Aaron Rodgers

Quarterback by day, mechanic by night: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers comes to the rescue for Clippers forward Sam Dekker and his broken sink.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks Director of Pro Player Personnel Mark Hughes will join the Los Angeles Clippers as an assistant general manager, league sources confirm to ESPN. Hughes, a veteran executive with the Knicks organization since 2007, will join Trent Redden as an assistant general manager under new Clippers GM Mike Winger and Lawrence Frank, who will oversee basketball operations as executive vice president of basketball operations. New president Steve Mills and GM Scott Perry have added members to their front office but were hopeful of keeping Hughes, according to sources. Hughes' agreement with the Clippers was first reported by The Vertical.

Clippers trying to become free agent destination (0:53)
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30dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: OKC's Winger agrees to Clips' GM job

Thunder executive Michael Winger has reached an agreement in principle to become the general manager of the Clippers, sources told ESPN.

Jerry West doesn't mince words with '2nd place' comments (1:49)

Griffin on LeBron's destination in 2018

Thompson and Trudell discuss why former Rams head coach Mike Martz, would criticize new Rams head coach Sean McVay and why Blake Griffin believes LeBron is going to head to New York instead of L.A. come 2018.

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32dKevin Arnovitz

Sources: Clips add Cavs exec as assistant GM

The LA Clippers are adding longtime Cavaliers executive Trent Redden to their front office as their assistant general manager, league sources told ESPN on Monday.

Stephen A. says Griffin should be recruiting LeBron to L.A. (1:52)
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Summer Forecast: West standings for 2017-18

Our panel doesn't predict a huge dropoff in the start of the post-Chris Paul era in L.A., as the Clippers should still be able to compete for a playoff spot.

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.76th
Rebounds Per Game43.021st
Assists Per Game22.515th
Points Allowed104.412th

Team History


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