Nets Daily "Doc Rivers spoke to Howard Beck this week and seemed to criticize the way his two former stars, now mired in the worse seasons of their long careers, are being used. "He can score anywhere," Rivers said of Paul Pierce. "I think he was more uncomfortable with the short minutes that they were..." December 10
SB Nation "The troubled forward plead no contest to a DUI charge and was placed on probation. Lamar Odom pleaded no contest to a driving under the influence charge stemming from an arrest on Aug. 30, reports the Associated Press. Odom accepted a sentence of three months probation as well as a mandatory..." December 10
USA Today "Addressing the NBA's weak Eastern Conference on Sirius XM Radio's new NBA channel, deputy commissioner Adam Silver said Monday the league's competition committee will examine if divisions have outlived their usefulness. "One thing I have learned from David (Stern) over all those years ... is..." December 10
Doc Rivers say Clips agreed to deal with Stephen Jackson. Jackson will join team in Boston Tuesday
Orange County Register "After two disappointing losses in three games to start the trip, the Clippers needed their big three to come up, well, big. Monday night, the trio did just that, leading the Clippers to a 94-83 win over Philadelphia at Wells Fargo Center. Blake Griffin led the Clippers with 26 points, Chris..." December 10
ESPN.com "He watches over them like a father whose children have scattered to various corners of the country, no longer in his charge yet still firmly implanted in his psyche. "I was watching the Nets the other night and Kevin (Garnett) collided with someone and fell,'' Doc Rivers reported. "My heart..." December 09
ESPN Los Angeles "The Los Angeles Clippers are strongly considering the signing of former San Antonio Spurs swingman Stephen Jackson to fill their growing need on the wing, according to sources familiar with the team’s thinking. Sources told ESPN.com that Jackson, who has been searching for a new team since his..." December 09
Center DeAndre Jordan (strained right foot) will be a game-time decision tonight in Philadelphia. Tipoff at 4 p.m on #PrimeTicket
Doc says @deandrejordan (foot) will start tonight vs. 76ers... Reggie Bullock (ankle) is OUT.
Cleveland Plain Dealer "In Cleveland, sports fans have long proven that they are not very quick to forget. A certain free agent departure in 2010 is evidence of that. But when it comes to their own, when it comes to the most dazzling Cavaliers player who now takes the court nightly, memories, apparently, are..." December 08
Grantland "Part 3 To honor the great Larry Bird, Bill and Jalen have decided to do a leaguewide wrap-up every 33 days, or, as they call it, every Birdmester. In this episode — Part 3 of our video series — Bill and Jalen praise the funniest YouTube video, the biggest media-created controversy, the most..." December 06
Los Angeles Times "This time, the Clippers played the kind of impressive defense against the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night that they failed to play Wednesday night against the Atlanta Hawks. This time, the Clippers were a determined bunch in defeating the Memphis Grizzlies, 101-81, at the FedEx..." December 06
Grantland "Bill and Jalen are back! To honor the great Larry Bird, Bill and Jalen have decided to do a league-wide wrap-up every 33 days — or, as they call it, every Birdmester. In their first episode, they crown the best team in the league, the best tanking performance thus far, the league’s least valuable..." December 05
Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The streak lives – in record fashion. Kyle Korver returned to the Hawks lineup and wasted no time in extending his now NBA-record to 89 consecutive games with a 3-pointer. After missing four games with a rib contusion, Korver opened the scoring for the Hawks with a 3-pointer just 30 seconds..." December 05
CBSSports.com "Lamar Odom has returned home to Los Angeles after two weeks of strenuous workouts with renowned trainer Rob McClanaghan and is awaiting word on the next step in his NBA comeback, league sources told CBSSports.com on Tuesday. Odom, whose tumultuous summer included a DUI arrest and the..." December 04
Los Angeles Times "Clippers shooting guard J.J. Redick was informed Monday that he won’t need surgery for a broken right hand or for torn ligaments in the right side of his wrist, the team announced. Redick saw Dr. Steve Shin, a hand specialist, Monday in Los Angeles. Redick, who shoots with his right hand,..." December 03
JJ Redick met with hand specialist today for broken hand, torn ligaments. Won't need surgery. Still out 6-8 weeks, per Clippers.
Yahoo! Sports "After hitting the deck hard following an attempted rebound/put-back, Redick writhed in evident pain before getting up and attempting to exchange a handshake with DeMarcus Cousins, who'd knocked him to the ground. (Boogie didn't oblige, because, apparently, Boogie doesn't play that.) Redick stayed..." December 02
Indianapolis Star "The play looked so tight and worked so well, that you would have thought the Indiana Pacers designed it during one of their final timeouts inside the sold-out Staples Center. In a close game against the Los Angeles Clippers, Lance Stephenson stepped to the foul line with six seconds remaining...." December 02
Sense I get is even with JJ Redick going down for 6-8 weeks, Clips unlikely to sign Lamar Odom before long road trip ends in mid-December
SB Nation "The Los Angeles Clippers list Chris Paul in their starting lineup for a Sunday matchup against the Indiana Pacers after the point guard missed a game because of a hamstring strain, according to ESPN's Arash Markazi. The Clippers guard injured himself in the third quarter of what would become a..." December 01
CBSSports.com "The Clippers announced Saturday that guard J.J. Redick will miss 6-8 weeks with a fracture in his right hand and a torn UCL. They'll evaluate him again on Monday to determine treatment. In the meantime, reserve Willie Green will start in Redick's place, keeping Jamal Crawford as the sixth..." December 01
NBA.com "The Clippers remain interested in signing Lamar Odom as part of searching for a roster move as an additional insurance policy for the playoffs, with Doc Rivers telling NBA.com he is “hoping things work out” between the team and Odom. Rivers, the coach and head of basketball operations, was..." December 01
Indy Cornrows "The Clippers survived to beat the Kings in OT without their starting backcourt playing down the stretch. The status for both Chris Paul and J.J. Redick against the Pacers remains unknown. Chris Paul missed his first game of the season for the Clippers when a hamstring injury kept him out of..." November 30
Clips Nation "The Los Angeles Clippers have played the Sacramento Kings three times already this season, and all three games have been tantalizingly close. But the Clippers have come away with the win each time -- tonight's coming in overtime. Whether it's the mark of a more mature team, or just a few good..." November 30
CBSSports.com "Agents and executives predict this will be a very active trade season in the NBA, for obvious reasons. As the standings begin to sort themselves out, the calendar marches along and injuries mount, the usual trigger points for deals will intensify. In addition to the contenders looking to..." November 29
Chris Paul was a partial participant in shootaround this morning. He's a game-time decision against the Kings tonight in Sac.
.@cp3 on hamstring: "I'm alright... it's a little tight, but I'll be ready Friday"
Los Angeles Times "Chris Paul suffered a strained right hamstring late in the third quarter of the Clippers' game against the New York Knicks on Wednesday night. The All-Star point guard didn't return to play in the game after he went to the locker room, but the Clippers went on to a 93-80 victory at Staples..." November 28
Los Angeles Times "The Clippers were warned by Coach Doc Rivers before their game Sunday that the Chicago Bulls would be a "dangerous, angry team" without Derrick Rose. Apparently the Clippers took Rivers' words to heart, as they coasted to a 121-82 win over the Bulls at Staples Center, the largest margin of..." November 25
Clips Nation "The Clippers overcame a five point deficit in the final three minutes, and Chris Paul scored or assisted on their final 11 points, to escape with a narrow one point victory over the Kings. wish the Los Angeles Clippers' biggest problem were that they take teams too lightly and play down to..." November 24
Sense I get is that Clippers and Lamar will have a better sense of where things stand in a few weeks. Neither side in a hurry at moment.
ESPN.com "Lamar Odom remains the leading candidate to be signed by the Los Angeles Clippers to fill the opening they have in their frontcourt rotation. By far. But there's at least one other known name on the Clippers' list behind Odom in terms of potential in-season signees: Chris Wilcox...." November 22
The Oklahoman "Thabo Sefolosha was the only guy who took the liberty to speak candidly. He remembered what happened to the Thunder eight days ago in Los Angeles. And, according to him, so do his teammates. “We had lost a game against them that we all thought that we could have won,” Sefolosha said. “So..." November 22
Clippers say Matt Barnes is expected to miss at least 2 weeks after having surgery to repair a retinal tear in his left eye.
Los Angeles Times "It was the way Clippers All-Star point guard Chris Paul made NBA history Wednesday that was so impressive. It was the way Paul shredded Minnesota's defense in passing Hall of Fame member Magic Johnson's record that was so awe-inspiring. Paul shook free of his early shooting struggles and..." November 21
UPDATE: Matt Barnes did not travel with #Clippers on 2-game road trip due to a left eye contusion sustained in Monday's game vs. MEM
Grizzlies guard Tony Allen has been suspended one game for kicking Clippers guard Chris Paul in the face during Monday's game.
Lamar Odom looks "very good" physically, source close to Odom says. Not ready to play yet, but getting there quickly.
USA Today "Someday soon, Jared Dudley will likely be a first-time teammate of Lamar Odom's on a Los Angeles Clippers team that appears ready to give the embattled forward a second chance. For now, though, Dudley is just like the rest of us: curious about how Odom is doing and eager to see if he has what..." November 19
Memphis Commercial Appeal "Getting away from home and bonding on the road has done wonders for the Memphis Grizzlies. After causing a bit of anxiety with their fan base because of inconsistent play, the Griz have navigated through tough terrain and seemingly found smooth pavement. Their 106-102 victory over the Los..." November 19
Real GM Basketball "LeBron James and Blake Griffin have been named the NBA Players of the Week. James averaged a league-best 34.0 points in leading the Heat to a 3-0 week. He led Miami in scoring in all three games and shot .702 from the field (fifth in the league), .625 from three-point range, and .810 from the..." November 18
Los Angeles Times "Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said the meeting he had with free agent Lamar Odom at the team's practice facility Friday went well and that the organization is interested in the forward. No deal was imminent between the Clippers and Odom, but the team will continue to monitor things. "I've always..." November 17
Real GM Basketball "Doc Rivers spoke on Saturday about how Friday's meeting with Lamar Odom went well. The Los Angeles Clippers have interest in Odom, though no deal is imminent. "I've always had interest in him," Rivers said Saturday. "I've always liked him. The teams he has played on, the coaches who have..." November 17
Los Angeles Times "When it became clear Blake Griffin wasn't injured in the third quarter, the Clippers felt much better about their chances of beating a short-handed Brooklyn Nets team Saturday night at Staples Center. Griffin had a strong game throughout, collecting a double-double with 30 points and 12..." November 17
While Lamar Odom did not sign a deal with the Clippers today, sources said the players were under the impression he was signing soon.
ESPN.com "Clippers forward Matt Barnes said Friday he will continue using a racial epithet he asserts has become commonplace in today's culture, two days after he apologized for using the word on Twitter and was also fined by the NBA for it. Barnes, speaking to reporters before Friday's practice session,..." November 15
Matt Barnes fined $25,000 by NBA for offensive language on Twitter, sources.
USA Today "Charles Barkley, the most outspoken man in sports, had some very, very interesting thoughts on the N-word (as it pertains to the Matt Barnes tweet, Jonathan Martin and Richie Incognito and even Paula Deen), White America and locker room banter among friends during a brilliant five minute rant on..." November 15