The Philadelphia 76ers guard should be recognized for everything he does on one of the league's better teams.
While LeBron and a couple other stars occupy all the headlines, these "others" are good enough to impact the league's big picture...if they land in the right situation.
With so many short-term contracts for talented players who deserve more, the 2018 trade deadline could be bananas.
There is good reason to think that this version of the Clippers will soon, and should soon, come to an end.
The Los Angeles Clippers appear to be the NBA's most well-rounded team, and our weekly league breakdown takes a closer look.
The Clippers are winning because they enter every game with more talent and continuity than their opponents, and the star power of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin cannot be matched.
The Los Angeles Clippers are team with talent and problems to spare. But, more than anything else, they are their own weird and uniquely self-defeating thing.
DeAndre Jordan videobombed J.J. Redick last night after the Clippers beat the Hornets 99-92. He picked his nose (twice) and wiped it on Redick's back.