Broderick Turner

Writer

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

  • Five takeaways from the Clippers' 100-91 loss to the Washington Wizards

    Five takeaways from the Clippers' 100-91 loss to the Washington Wizards

    Five things we learned during the Clippers’ 100-91 loss to the Washington Wizards on Friday: 1. It was quite the night for Clippers rookie point guard Jawun Evans, who had a career game in just about every major category. Evans scored a career-high 15 points off the bench. His seven field goals...

  • Clippers take cautious approach with Milos Teodosic

    Clippers take cautious approach with Milos Teodosic

    The Clippers prefer to be safe with Milos Teodosic in his return from a foot injury that sidelined him almost two months. Perhaps he could have played Friday night against the Washington Wizards at the Capital One Arena, but the Clippers decided hold him out until Saturday night’s game at Miami....

  • Short-handed Clippers forced to make tough lineup decisions in loss at Washington

    Short-handed Clippers forced to make tough lineup decisions in loss at Washington

    This is a group of Clippers that lives for the grind even when far from whole. Already short-handed, the Clippers were without their starting backcourt Friday night at Washington, which stacked the odds of winning against them. And yet the Clippers continued to scrap and battle until the end of...

  • Clippers guard Milos Teodosic not likely to play against Wizards tonight

    Clippers guard Milos Teodosic not likely to play against Wizards tonight

    Clippers coach Doc Rivers said “most likely no” when asked if Milos Teodosic would be suiting up for the Friday night’s game against the Washington Wizards at Capital One Arena. Teodosic has played in the last two games after missing the previous 22 recovering from a plantar fascia injury to his...

  • Milos Teodosic feeling better, likes how Clippers are playing

    Milos Teodosic feeling better, likes how Clippers are playing

    Milos Teodosic stood outside the Clippers’ locker room late Wednesday night talking to friends and well-wishers, and signing autographs. He saw reporters approaching and pretended to run away, laughing, enjoying the moment. He wanted to avoid talking about how his game and body have been progressing...

  • Clippers! C.J. Williams has traveled a long path to get here

    Clippers! C.J. Williams has traveled a long path to get here

    Hi, my name is Broderick Turner, and welcome back to the Los Angeles Times’ Clippers newsletter. He has gone to immeasurable lengths to turn his childhood dream into a reality and to hopefully find job security in the NBA with the Clippers. And at times that has meant criss-crossing the United...

  • Five takeaways from the Clippers' 106-95 win over Orlando

    Five takeaways from the Clippers' 106-95 win over Orlando

    Five things we learned during the Clippers’ 106-95 win over Orlando. 1. Lou Williams started the game slow, his shot betraying him, his ball handling a little too loose. But this is Lou Williams we’re talking about, the professional scorer, the easygoing, mild-mannered sixth-man extraordinaire...

  • Clippers coach Doc Rivers getting more familiar with Teodosic's game

    Clippers coach Doc Rivers getting more familiar with Teodosic's game

    The Clippers are two-plus months into their injury riddled regular season and coach Doc Rivers is still in the development stages of building a relationship with Milos Teodosic. Much of that is because Teodosic had missed almost two months recovering from a plantar fascia injury to his left foot....

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