In this Los Angeles Clippers season preview we explore how a roster overhaul and front office changes will affect the Clippers in the Western Conference.
The NBA off-season was one long, thrilling ride. Many future Hall-of-Famers have new homes. Let's look at who made the best moves in the entire NBA.
The NBA’s ban on racist Donald Sterling, forcing the sale of the team to Steve Ballmer, is the Los Angeles Clippers greatest moment of the 21st Century.
The Los Angeles Clippers relieve Doc Rivers of his duties as President of Basketball Operations. Rivers will continue on as head coach of the franchise.
Los Angeles Clippers' forward Danilo Gallinari fractures hand during European exhibition game. He is expected out five to six weeks.
Veteran Danilo Gallinari agrees to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers as part of a three-team deal including the Atlanta Hawks and Denver Nuggets.
Veteran J.J. Redick agrees to sign with the Philadelphia 76ers. Redick averaged 15.0 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 1.4 assists per game last season.
Free agency is officially underway. In the battle of the conferences, the West is best in the early moments of NBA free agency.
According to reports, free agent power forward Blake Griffin agrees to re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers on a five-year contract worth $173 million.
How will the Chris Paul trade impact Paul's new team, the Houston Rockets, and Paul's former team, the Los Angeles Clippers?