Los Angeles Clippers Have a Pulse and, Maybe, a Point Guard Controversy

November 4th, 2010 by Jose Salviati Leave a reply »
These Clippers are as predictable as an earthquake.

Maybe they got tired of reading their obituary on Bleacher Report and other fine print and online sites. "Reports of our demise were greatly exaggerated."

Maybe they thought the first four games were still preseason. "Huh, wait, what…these games count?!"

Maybe they didn’t want to overshadow the Lakers' ring ceremony and subsequent fast start with one of their own.

Or maybe, they just played horrible basketball in the season's first four games.

Whatever the reason, the Clippers looked pathetic to start the 2010-2011 NBA season. A season that was called the most anticipated in the history of the Association. Of course, that had more to do with what was going on in South Beach and the chase for an unprecedented fourth three-peat in Los Angeles than anything to do in Clipper Nation, but still.

Clipper fans were anticipating something better than what the first four games showed. Sure, Blake Griffin looks to be what they hoped, but the team looked like, well, the Clippers.

Last night NBA commentator Jon Barry was gushing about Blake Griffin ...

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