Clippers Overcome 18-Point Deficit To Beat Raptors 117-106Lou Williams scored 26 points against his former team, 18 in the final quarter.
Pacers Rally To Beat Clippers, 109-104The Clippers lost for the fifth time in six games and saw their fading playoff hopes dealt another blow.
Trail Blazers Win 13th Straight By Beating Clippers, 122-109Lou Williams led the Clippers with 30 points.
Clippers Dominate In Third Quarter To Down Knicks, 128-105The Clippers have won five of their last seven.
Curry's 44 Sparks Warriors Over The Clippers, 134-127Tobias Harris scored 22 points, Danilo Gallinari wound up with 15 and DeAndre Jordan had 14 points and 14 rebounds for Los Angeles, which had won five of six.
Clippers Down Blake Griffin And The Pistons, 108-95Austin Rivers scored 16 points for Los Angeles in his first game back from a right ankle injury.
Clippers Reach .500 With 126-105 Win Over KingsBlake Griffin had 11 points and nine assists as one of eight Clippers in double figures.
Lou Williams Scores 40 To Help Clippers Sting Hornets 106-98DeAndre Jordan grabbed 15 rebounds and went 6 for 6 from the foul line to help the Clippers win their fifth in a row at home.
Clippers Eclipse The Suns, 108-95Phoenix made a final stand in the fourth. Down by 22, the Suns used a 14-5 run to get to 98-85
2017 NBA Holiday Wish ListThe end of the year is upon us, which means it's time to create holiday wish lists. We took a shot at guessing what some people and teams around the NBA are wishing for this year.
Timberwolves Beat Slumping Clippers, 113-107Los Angeles dropped its fourth straight game despite an impressive performance by DeAndre Jordan, who had 18 points and 21 rebounds.
Hornets Sting Clippers To Send LA To Its Eighth Straight Loss, 102-87The Hornets led 73-71 entering the fourth quarter, but limited the Clippers to 6-of-20 shooting in the fourth quarter while forcing five turnovers.
Clippers Top Lakers Behind Hot Shooting JordanDeAndre Jordan had 24 points to go along with 20 rebounds.
Rivers: Clippers Will Not Trade Griffin, Paul or JordanDoc Rivers said Monday that he would not break up the Los Angeles Clippers' big three of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan during the offseason — regardless of any trade offers that may arise.
Clipper Mediocrity: The Other Side Of Title TownThe Los Angeles Clippers are at the end of yet another season in which they will reach the playoffs while simultaneously failing to meet fans lofty preseason expectations.