Monthly Archives: May 2017

Wesley Johnson: 2017 Report Card

Once a touted prospect, Wesley Johnson has completed his second season with the Clippers, and it was one to forget. The former fourth overall selection out of Syracuse University appeared in 68 games for the Clips, a dozen less than … Continue reading

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Alan Anderson: 2017 Report Card

When a guy is signed to complete the roster, playing time tends to be limited. And that was no different with Alan Anderson and the Los Angeles Clippers. Appearing in only 30 games, Anderson netted just over 10 minutes a … Continue reading

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Coach Petrosyan Reveals 16 Invites To Clashes Vs St. Kitts/Montengro

With less then a month remaining until Armenia visits Montenegro in, what is essentially, a must-win situation to keep their slim hopes at qualifying for Russia 2018, Artur Petrosyan, manager, has revealed his 16 legionnaire (those with a club team … Continue reading

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NBA Mock Draft 4.0: Pre-Lottery Edition

Less than 24-hours remain for the 2017 edition of the NBA’s draft lottery, leaving fans of various franchises on edge with picks that may be conveyed to another squad with various levels of protection. Conspiracy theorists will also be everywhere … Continue reading

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Ranking The Pac-12 Non-Conference Slate

With Pac-12 Basketball officially over after Oregon was unable to grab a rebound, on two occasions, we know look forward to the gridiron as we rank the toughest non-conference schedules the Conference of Champions face, en route to, a hopeful, … Continue reading

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Brice Johnson: 2017 Report Card

If you thought Diamond Stone was hard to guage, Brice Johnson is a bit harder. The Clippers 2016 First Round selection never got a chance to really gel with the team, as a herniated disk during the Pre-Season kept him … Continue reading

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Diamond Stone: 2017 Report Card

Diamond Stone sparsely saw the floor for the Clippers during his rookie campaign, which is of little surprise for a combination of reasons. First off, Doc Rivers isn’t ┬ávery fond of playing rookies/younger guys, as Clipper fans have seen with … Continue reading

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