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Broderick Turner

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Broderick Turner is the Los Angeles Times’ beat reporter for the Los Angeles Clippers. He has been at The Times since 2008. He was hired to help with the coverage of the Los Angeles Lakers and has been covering the Clippers since 2011. Before coming to The Times, Turner worked at the Riverside Press-Enterprise, where he covered the Lakers, Clippers and UCLA. 

Recent Articles

  • Clippers' Luc Mbah a Moute cuts loose for a brief, rewarding moment

    Clippers' Luc Mbah a Moute cuts loose for a brief, rewarding moment

    It was a moment that at first made all the Clippers pause, a quick snapshot that eventually caused them to celebrate the significance of what they had just witnessed. Luc Mbah a Moute had just blocked a shot in the second half, and then the Clippers’ defensive savant did something un-Luc like....

  • Five takeaways from the Clippers' 114-96 win over the Pelicans

    Five takeaways from the Clippers' 114-96 win over the Pelicans

    The Clippers beat the Pelicans, 114-96, on Friday night in New Orleans. Here are five things we learned: 1. Since getting a game off for rest, Blake Griffin has been playing at a high level. He was on top of his game Friday night against the Pelicans, scoring 27 points on 12-for-22 shooting. He...

  • Clippers beat Pelicans, 114-96, to end trip with back-to-back wins

    Clippers beat Pelicans, 114-96, to end trip with back-to-back wins

    At the start of this six-game excursion, when the Clippers were still on a high because of their optimized play, none of them would have imagined that by the end they’d just be hoping the salvage the trip. But that was the fate they had to accept after a 114-96 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans...

  • Redick is latest Clipper to get forced rest

    Redick is latest Clipper to get forced rest

    J.J. Redick got the tap on the shoulder this time, getting informed by Coach Doc Rivers and his basketball support staff that the 6-foot-4 guard wouldn’t be playing against the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday night because of rest. Redick said that he wants to “play every night,” but he also knew...

  • Clippers' five takeaways from win over Cleveland

    Clippers' five takeaways from win over Cleveland

    1. The Clippers had to be happy to see J.J. Redick get off to another strong start Thursday night against the Cleveland Cavaliers in a game that the Clippers won 113-94. Redick had nine points on four-for-six shooting, one-for-two on three-pointers in the first quarter. He had a total of 21 points...

  • Clippers end three-game losing streak with rout of Cavaliers

    Clippers end three-game losing streak with rout of Cavaliers

    Welcome back, Clippers. It had to feel good to see those early-season Clippers return, the ones who played unyielding defense, who came with the right approach to the game. And it had to feel extra special for the Clippers to break their three-game losing streak with a rousing 113-94 victory over...

  • Clippers Coach Doc Rivers fined $15,000 by NBA for outburst during loss to Nets

    Clippers Coach Doc Rivers fined $15,000 by NBA for outburst during loss to Nets

    Clippers Coach Doc Rivers was fined $15,000 by the NBA on Thursday for verbally abusing a referee and not leaving the court in a timely manner after he was ejected from Tuesday night’s game against the Brooklyn Nets. With 18.6 seconds to play in the first overtime of a double-overtime Clippers...

  • Clippers watch a lot of film in preparation for Cleveland

    Clippers watch a lot of film in preparation for Cleveland

    Before the Clippers participated in their shoot-around early Thursday afternoon, they watched a lot of film of their recent transgressions. The purpose of the session was to try and identify why the Clippers have had so many hiccups in their last three losses and how those could be fixed before...

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