All eyes are on Chris Paul and Blake Griffin as they mull their player options this offseason, but don't forget about JJ Redick (unrestricted). Every team could use a knockdown shooter.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/9W 114-98
- 3/11W 112-100
- 3/13L 114-108
- 3/15L 97-96
- 3/16L 129-114
- 3/18W 108-78
- 3/20W 114-105
- 3/21W 133-109
- 3/23L 97-95
- 3/25W 108-95
- 3/26L 98-97
- 3/29W 133-124
- 3/30W 124-118
- 4/1W 115-104
- 4/5W 112-101
- 4/8W 98-87
- 4/10W 125-96
- 4/12W 115-95
- 4/15L 97-95
- 4/18W 99-91
- 4/21W 111-106
- 4/23L 105-98
- 4/25L 96-92
- 4/28W 98-93
- 4/30L 104-91
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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Clippers guard JJ Reddick, attending a Mets game in Queens last night. Reddick , a free agent this summer, reportedly has a home in Brooklyn. That's led to speculation that the Nets will make an attempt to sign the sharpshooter. (Photo via Gemini Keez)
The NBA unveiled its All-NBA First, Second and Third Teams this afternoon.
Lawrence Murray ESPN.com
Clippers President of Basketball Ops/Head Coach Doc Rivers feels like adding a G-League team is the final off-court development the team needed to be on the same playing field as other NBA teams.
Lawrence Murray ESPN.com
The LA Clippers officially announced that they will have a G-League (formerly D-League) team in 2017-2018. The team will be called the Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario, based in the Inland Empire about 35 miles east of STAPLES Center. Only the Wizards, Nuggets, and Trail Blazers have yet to announce a G-League affiliate, with the Pelicans expected to have a team in place in 2018-2019.
Stephen A. Smith joins Keyshawn, Jorge and LZ to talk about the great race between Keyshawn and Marcellus, explains why Doc Rivers needs to focus on coaching and the NBA playoffs.
The Clippers plan to name Agua Caliente Clippers of Ontario their new D-League affiliate, sources say.
Kristaps Porzingis says he was hacked when a tweet about the LA Clippers was published on his Twitter account Saturday.
In hot spots near and at the sports mecca of Staples Center, a Los Angeles-native chef is redefining how many people think of Mexican food.
Kevin Pelton, Ohm Youngmisuk and Amin Elhassan discuss the impact of Tony Parker's injury, the Raptors' issues, the Clippers' decision about their future and more. Plus, a debate about LeBron James' personal rivals and breaking NBA esports news.
Is Kawhi Leonard the best defensive player ever? Plus, ESPN Front Office Insider Amin Elhassan joins The Morning Show to talk about Tyronne Lue's comments, Tony Parker's status and why Doc Rivers wants to keep the Clippers together.
Coach Doc Rivers says he would like to see the Clippers' Big Three -- Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan -- stay together and give it at least one more shot.
Andrew Han ESPN Writer
Doc Rivers season ending availability: "What we're proud of is this franchise is a consistently good franchise. A lot of franchises can't say that. We can say that. But what we haven't been is a great one yet -- and that's our goal."
ESPN senior writer Ramona Shelburne joins Keyshawn, Jorge and LZ to talk about the next steps for the Los Angeles Clippers, Doc Rivers' future and explains whether or not Redick, Paul or Blake will return.
What happened when Bill Plaschke of the LA Times told the Clippers owner that it was time to break up the team? Find out here!
ESPN Stats and Information
After dropping Game 7 to the Jazz on Sunday, the Clippers face an offseason with major questions. Three of the team's top players can become free agents this summer.
Clippers forward Blake Griffin underwent surgery Monday to repair the plantar plate in his injured right big toe.
Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer
Blake Griffin underwent successful surgery today to repair an injury to the plantar plate of his right big toe.
The Los Angeles Clippers are accustomed to things not going their way, but that doesn't make this most-recent era of futility any easier to explain.
Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer
Celtics coach Brad Stevens reflects on Paul Pierce: "His legacy is incredible with all that he was able to accomplish in all those years. Obviously the championship being the highlight of it. What he's done and the way that people around here speak about him, it speaks for itself. I don't know him very well, I've only talked to him maybe twice in my life and that was just in passing. But I feel like I know him really well because of the way people talk about him around here."
Jorge Sedano, Kevin Pelton and Ohm Youngmisuk discuss what's next for the Clippers after they falter against the Jazz, the Celtics' resiliency, Larry Bird's resignation and more. Plus, former All-Star Caron Butler stops by to discuss Paul Pierce's farewell and share his take on the playoffs.