The Clippers continued their recent roll against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, emerging with a 120-100 triumph at US Airways Center that represented their fourth consecutive victory. Here are five takeaways from the game:
The Clippers raised two Pacific Division banners in their practice facility this summer, a nod to recent progress amid a mostly dismal history.
In his first 10 days with the Clippers, Austin Rivers has given his new team the size, defensive toughness and dribble penetration it wanted.
DeAndre Jordan is testing his coach's contention the NBA is a make-miss league.
Chris Paul is widely considered the top point guard in the world, a seven-time All-Star who has won two gold medals with Team USA.
Whether the Clippers win convincingly or lose inexplicably, Doc Rivers keeps saying he likes his team. The coach has repeated the phrase so often it could be considered an unofficial mantra.
It wasn’t always pretty — or entertaining — but the Clippers got the job done on Martin Luther King Day, beating the Boston Celtics, 102-93, at Staples Center on Monday. Here are five takeaways from the game:
DeAndre Jordan has his All-Star weekend routine all figured out. He'll probably be relaxing somewhere next month while Clippers teammates Chris Paul and Blake Griffin take part in the festivities in New York.