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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

  • Wave of healed players returns to Clippers' practice

    Wave of healed players returns to Clippers' practice

    Sweat poured down the faces of Austin Rivers and Danilo Gallinari on Sunday, a byproduct of both of them finally practicing after they had succumbed to injuries during training camp in Hawaii two weeks ago. They joined another injured teammate, Sam Dekker, back on the court to make the Clippers...

  • What we learned from the Clippers' preseason — despite all the injuries

    What we learned from the Clippers' preseason — despite all the injuries

    Evaluating any measure of progress the Clippers may have made during the preseason cannot tell the entire story because they were an incomplete group for the majority of the time. A deluge of injuries that started in Hawaii set the Clippers on a bad course the rest of training camp. They recovered...

  • Lakers and Clippers end their exhibition slate with little star power

    Lakers and Clippers end their exhibition slate with little star power

    It was a nationally televised game on TNT, with the expectation that the masses would see the star power from the Clippers and Lakers. Instead, what fans from around the nation and those inside Staples Center got to watch Friday night were players from the Clippers who wouldn’t be recognized without...

  • Clippers are closer to a full team picture after victory over Kings 104-87

    Clippers are closer to a full team picture after victory over Kings 104-87

    At some point soon, Clippers coach Doc Rivers and his staff anticipate this team will be unencumbered from the injuries that have wrecked them during training camp. The Clippers are eyeing Sunday as that day when they might almost be whole again, when they might get almost all of their injured...

  • Injuries put Clippers in a guard shortage as beginning of season nears

    Injuries put Clippers in a guard shortage as beginning of season nears

    The gamble the Clippers took over the summer of having fewer veteran guards on the roster has turned into a risky proposition because of mounting injuries to their backcourt. They began training camp with a healthy Patrick Beverley, Austin Rivers, Milos Teodosic and Lou Williams, all of them seasoned...

  • Clippers see some improvements from mounting injuries

    Clippers see some improvements from mounting injuries

    Danilo Gallinari was on the court shooting stand-still jumpers before the Clippers practiced Wednesday, but his return to play in one of the two remaining exhibition games remains uncertain as he recovers from a strained left foot. He still hasn’t been able to run on the court. Sam Dekker also...

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