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March 13, 2012 | By Broderick Turner
Neil Olshey has listened to everyone clamoring for the Clippers to make a move before Thursday's noon (PST) trade deadline in an attempt to stop the team's current slide. The Clippers' vice president of basketball operations has heard from his coaching staff, the team's fans and media, all of them stressing the need to acquire a player in the wake of Chauncey Billups' season-ending Achilles' tendon injury that appears to have shaken the team. Olshey is making and taking phone calls from other general managers.
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March 1, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Who needs practice anyway? It's not as though one of the newest Clippers will have a choice. Point guard Mo Williams will end up playing two games for the Clippers without completing a full official practice. The delay in making his trade official allowed him to participate only in Monday's shoot-around in Sacramento. And his sprained ankle from the Kings game kept him out of Tuesday's practice at the Clippers' training facility. Nevertheless, Williams will play Wednesday night against Houston and it looks as though it will be alongside shooting guard Eric Gordon.
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December 2, 2008 | Lisa Dillman, Dillman is a Times staff writer.
Caution was the mode of operation Monday at practice, and if history is a proper guide, that's the way it should be around Clippers headquarters. Rookie shooting guard Eric Gordon, who has started to emerge in a big way since Cuttino Mobley was traded to the New York Knicks, came out of the Miami game late in the third quarter Saturday and did not return. A day later, he thought his sore right hamstring was better, but Gordon asked to come out of practice Monday after playing half-court.
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November 23, 2009 | By Lisa Dillman
Moving toward an actual good news day for the Clippers . . . incrementally. They are coming off Friday's inspiring seven-point victory against a Western Conference power, Denver. And, on Sunday, shooting guard Eric Gordon was finally able to scrimmage with his teammates, taking part in almost all of the practice. Gordon, the team's second-leading scorer, has been out for seven straight games with a strained left groin, getting injured Nov. 7 against Memphis. He ruled out returning today against Minnesota but he left open the possibility of coming back against Indiana on Wednesday, which, incidentally, would be in his hometown of Indianapolis.
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March 10, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Maybe it's because he has four youngsters ? all boys ? that Mo Williams has made a nearly seamless transition, crossing over from glory days and despair in Cleveland straight into the cartoon-watching, video game-playing Clippers' locker room. The Clippers are 4-1 since Williams stepped on the court, making his debut in Sacramento on Feb. 28. That doesn't tell the whole story: Two victories, and most of the third one, were without injured shooting guard Eric Gordon. Not only have the Clippers struggled in a major way whenever Gordon has been absent in the last two seasons, they were even more confounded on the road this season.
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June 15, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Twelve men in search of a basketball court. Or something along those lines. With an expected NBA lockout looming, Clippers point guard Mo Williams was already planning for the future the other day, suggesting a solution for the (potentially) homeless NBAers He teased Neil Olshey, the Clippers' vice president of basketball operations, saying that they should just leave the door unlocked at the team's fancy Playa Vista headquarters. The players could sneak in under the cover of night, do their work and leave.
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February 16, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Considering all of it ? the rust and rest ? Chris Kaman played well defensively in his first game since Dec. 5. Kaman, who had been out because of an injured left ankle, played nine minutes and had four points, six rebounds and three blocked shots in the Clippers' 98-90 victory against Minnesota on Wednesday. "I just wanted to come out, be patient, take my time," Kaman said. "I rushed a couple of shots but other than that, I was pretty patient and careful to make the right moves, the right plays.
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February 4, 2012 | By Ben Bolch
Another Cuban crisis Mark Cuban is back. The Dallas Mavericks owner who had been strangely restrained with his comments going back to last season's championship run lashed out at officials Wednesday for what he considered a rash of bad calls in the lockout-shortened season. "These were officials that have been part of the league for years, and it was just off-the-charts bad," Cuban told ESPNDallas.com after Mavericks Coach Rick Carlisle had been ejected following a pair of fourth-quarter technical fouls in a loss to Oklahoma City.
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February 26, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
They came home from that long-and-winding journey through the wilderness and made a discovery, peeling away a layer or two: The road had followed the Clippers home. The Celtics grabbed Staples Center and claimed it as their own, boosted by a loud, pro-Boston crowd. Then they seized the Clippers, shook them around and rattled them in the third quarter and went on to win, 99-92, on Saturday night. Blake Griffin had 21 points and 11 rebounds for his 50th double-double of the season, guard Randy Foye scored 32 and Chris Kaman had his best offensive output since returning from his lingering ankle injury, playing nearly 27 minutes.
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October 28, 2009 | Lisa Dillman
Where Amazin' didn't happen . . . This was supposed to be the NBA regular-season debut for one Blake Griffin, also fondly called Amazin' by his admiring Clippers teammates for his self-generated, live-action hoop highlights. Granted, it was always going to be a tough task to compete with the emotion of the Lakers' ring ceremony Tuesday night at Staples Center. But the news that the dynamic Clippers rookie power forward had a stress fracture of his left kneecap and could be out for up to six weeks deflated his teammates and the organization.
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