Brian Windhorst, Ohm Youngmisuk and Tim MacMahon discuss an apparent change in chemistry for the Clippers, potential landing spots for Bradley Beal should he become available, as well as some teams who could look to make big roster moves this season. Plus, the amazing Lou Dort.
— Kawhi Leonard scored 32 points, Paul George added 19 and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Sacramento Kings 115-96 on Wednesday night for their season-high fifth consecutive victory.
J&J: The Bucks and Nets battle, Steph Curry's braids were a failure, the Clippers' chemistry improves, and Ryan García stops by
This is the Jalen & Jacoby podcast-exclusive hour, coming to you every Tuesday and Thursday. The guys discuss the Nets beating the Bucks in a battle of Eastern Conference heavyweights, a bold prediction from Jacoby on Brooklyn’s future, why Steph Curry’s braids were a failed test, the Clippers’ improved chemistry, Kevin Porter Jr. throwing food in the Cavaliers’ locker room and the Bills Mafia donating to Lamar Jackson’s charity. Plus, the second half of their interview with boxer Ryan García.
With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George leading the way, the Los Angeles Clippers are one of the NBA's most star-powered teams -- and one of just a...
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In an annual tradition, Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Kevin Arnovitz discuss some of the league's statistical anomalies and whether they'll hold up. Will Paul George's hot shooting continue? How unreal are Nikola Jokic's passing numbers? Can Trae Young shake his cold spell? All that and more in the small sample theater.
Following a season-high fourth straight win on Sunday, two Clippers veterans credited the team's improved chemistry. "I feel like our energy is way better this season," said Marcus Morris Sr., with Paul George describing LA's dynamic as a "real bond."
— Marcus Morris Sr. scored a season-high 20 points to lead seven players in double figures, and the Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Indiana Pacers 129-96 on Sunday night for their first four-game winning streak of the season.
"Fueled" by his playoff struggles, LA Clippers star Paul George continued his torrid start to the season, scoring 26 points in a 138-100 rout of the Kings.
— Kawhi Leonard had 27 points and six assists in three quarters, Paul George scored 26 and the short-handed Los Angeles Clippers manhandled the Sacramento Kings 138-100 on Friday night.
— Kawhi Leonard scored 28 points, Paul George added 27 and the Los Angeles Clippers defeated the short-handed New Orleans Pelicans 111-106 on Wednesday night.
The New Orleans Pelicans have some concerns at the guard position, with Lonzo Ball nursing a knee injury and Eric Bledsoe bothered by eye irritation.
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