Los Angeles Clippers Bandwagon Grows By One After Win Over Portland

January 5th, 2010 by Jose Salviati Leave a reply »
My wife recently watched the movie "It's Complicated." When she came home our 11-year-old son asked her what it was about. I answered for her that it was about a couple that were together, then broke up, then got back together. He said, "Sounds like High School Musical to me."

The kid is genius.

Hollywood has a way of recycling tried and true stories. The basics remain but the principles change. High school kids, older folks, circus performers, dogs, and much more have all been highlighted in movies about love won, lost, and re-won.

Another favorite Hollywood regurgitation is the story of the ugly duckling that transforms into a beautiful swan. The climactic part in those movies is when the swan appears and heads start to turn. Think Rachael Leigh Cook in "She's All That."

Now, I know I will catch a little grief for comparing the Clippers to Cook, but its clear that the L.A. team is starting to turn some heads.

No, no one is in any danger of whiplash like the actors who almost wet themselves when Cook returned to school looking hot, but people are noticing. Portland coach Nate McMillan is the most recent Clipper convert.

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