The Los Angeles Clippers have no interest in moving superstars in advance of Thursday’s NBA trade deadline.
The New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly discussing a deal for Carmelo Anthony, and the names that aren’t involved will probably surprise you far more than the ones that are.
All appears to be well for Blake Griffin.
The Clippers big man is not yet ready to return, but according to coach Doc Rivers, it won’t be too long before he’s back in the lineup.
Blake Griffin is said to be feeling great and still on track for his timetable to return to action.
Blake Griffin will undergo surgery on the knee that has been bothering him in the past month, according to a report.
After a humbling 115-98 loss to the Golden State Warriors on their home floor Wednesday night, Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers were hurting in more ways than just one.
Blake Griffin is known for his incredible athleticism and dunking ability, but it’s his range from roughly 24 feet that the Los Angeles Clippers star is aiming to improve this offseason.
Blake Griffin has issued another public apology for his role in the confrontation with Clippers staffer Matias Testi.
“I am truly sorry,” Griffin wrote in the Players’ Tribune.