Barely two months since they were eliminated from the playoffs, the Los Angeles Clippers have a new coach (Doc Rivers), a new contract for Chris Paul and now a new pair of starters on the wing (Jared Dudley and J.J. Redick). Is that enough to close the gap on the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder and Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference? Here are three reasons to think that might be the case -- and three lingering questions the....
I could give two craps about when we play the Knicks and Carmelo Anthony. Why his name is in this article is beyond me. We play the Knicks twice a year, and as long as we make the playoffs I could care less if we won or lost both those games. We will still have a top 4 seed in the West. And the odds that we play the Knicks in the Finals is laughable. Knicks will be without a....
Thanks man. Now lets go out and get a 4 that can play the 5 during crunch time. I like Landry, but he's only 6'9. Earl Clark fits that role well.
Clark would be a great fit. I'd still rather have Landry since he's a true post scorer but Clark could be cheaper and more versatile by backing up the SF at time as well.
Plus the Laker tears will taste good in my soup.
Landry is solid but we need a tough rebounder, otherwise we will end up like last year
07/04/2013 - 11:00 PM PST
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Why Melo a guy with a career TS% of 51 in the playoffs is mentioned here is beyond me. He is simply one dimensional and isn't even very good at the one thing he is strong at. Not like the Knicks will make the Finals. Inept owner and FO building around washed up, one dimensional stars that don't even fit well together.
Otherwise a good article. Durant worries me a bit but the Thunder rely a lot on iso-ball and have....