The Clippers did not have a lottery pick or even a selection in the first round of the draft last week, but there will be a player who once went No. 16 overall on their summer league team in Orlando, Fla.
Small ball was supposed to be all the rage in the NBA after the Golden State Warriors benched center Andrew Bogut on the way to their first championship in 40 years.
The Clippers are the only NBA team without a pick in the draft Thursday evening in New York, but there's a chance they won't come home empty-handed.
The knocks could make things especially hard for Joshua Smith on Thursday if NBA teams decide the massive center's upside isn't enough to offset concerns that make him an iffy selection in the draft.
Ralph Lawler, the Clippers broadcaster who recently completed his 36th season with the team, will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2016, it was announced Monday.
Lance Stephenson once famously blew in LeBron James' ear and prompted whispers at his first two NBA stops about being a bad teammate. Now he's ready for word of mouth to do something else with his spotty reputation.
Black is the new red, white and blue.
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers outlined his preliminary plan for new acquisition Lance Stephenson on Tuesday afternoon during an interview with Fred Roggin on the Beast 980 AM, saying he envisioned using Stephenson more as a utility player than a starting small forward.