2022 Schedule

2022 Schedule
2nd in Pacific
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4hOhm Youngmisuk

Kawhi: Hope for '21-22 return factored into deal

Kawhi Leonard said part of the reason why he signed a max deal to stay with the Clippers instead of opting for a shorter deal that could lead to a more lucrative contract is that he hopes to return and play this season.

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3dOhm Youngmisuk

Clippers unsure of time frame for Kawhi's return

Lawrence Frank, president of basketball operations for the Clippers, says "no one knows" when Kawhi Leonard will be able to return from the ACL injury he suffered last season.


HR 2: Pretty Big Drop

Last year, Anthony Davis was #2 on ESPN's Top 100 NBA Players, this year he is #9. What happened? Why the big drop? Travis and Sliwa answered the questions. Also, Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer is still talking smack about "taking LA" with his new Intuit Dome. Plus, UFC President Dana White called in to talk about who is UFC's real competition and the Diaz brothers.

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After 15 seasons in the NBA, JJ Redick announced his retirement this morning.

Steve Ballmer excited for new era for the Clippers in Intuit Dome (3:36)
Kawhi, PG not entertained by Fitz and the Tantrums at Clippers' ceremony (1:00)
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11dRamona Shelburne

Ballmer: Clips forging 'own identity' with arena

The new home of the LA Clippers, which is slated to open in Inglewood for the 2024-25 season, will provide "our own presence, identity," owner Steve Ballmer said. "We needed to say, 'We're our own guys. We don't play in the same place as the other guys.'"

Will new arena help Clippers build their own identity? (1:00)

HR 2: Not Worried, But Intrigued

The Clippers broke ground on their new arena in Inglewood this morning, so the guys reacted. Travis and Sli are not threated as Lakers fans but are generally "intrigued" by the new Clippers' home. The guys took calls on the topic, especially lots of Lakers fans. Also, "Fact Or Cap" with the question: Are Baseball movies the best sports movies?

Perk: 76ers, Clippers and Pelicans should pursue John Wall (1:23)
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38dTim Bontemps

Full NBA schedule drops for 2021-22 season

A trio of return games for All-Star point guards Russell Westbrook, Kyle Lowry and Kemba Walker highlighted the NBA's full schedule release Friday afternoon.

Stephen A. discusses the intangibles Patrick Beverley brings (1:50)

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The Los Angeles Clippers are trading Patrick Beverley, Rajon Rondo and Daniel Oturu to the Memphis Grizzlies for guard Eric Bledsoe, sources tell ESPN.

Keon Johnson, Trent Forrest wow the crowd with back-to-back dunks (0:44)
Jason Preston shakes and bakes for and-1 bucket (0:19)
Mac McClung sets up Devontae Cacok for a hammer dunk (0:22)

HR 2: Moving Out The House

Kawhi Leonard signing the huge extension means that the Clippers will have high expectaions for the next few years, so Sli and Kirk wondered what this means for the Clips and what it really means for the Lakers. Also, will the city of LA cheer for their former heros like Jared Goff and Kyle Kuzma? And, do we have to worry about the Dodgers since its August? Plus, "The Dump."


HR 1: Back Really?

With Travis still out, Kirk Morrison thinks "Football is back!" with this weekend being the first NFL Preseason games. Sliwa thinks "not so much" because it is still the Preseason. Plus, why do the Dodgers lose so many close games? The Dodgers are 13-21 in One Run games this season, so the fellas wondered if Dodger Fans need to worry about their team in close games. And, talk on the Clippers giving Kawhi Leonard a big extension, despite his injury. Then, a Friday edition of "Ask Sli!"

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Points Per Game114.010th
Rebounds Per Game44.217th
Assists Per Game24.417th
Points Allowed109.16th

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