Kawhi Leonard’s free-agency decision this past summer was believed to have come down to either the Clippers or Lakers — with the Toronto Raptors viewed as something of a long shot
Russell Westbrook recently insisted in an interview that he harbors no ill will toward Paul George, as he claims he was informed of an impending trade demand by his former Oklahoma City Thunder teamma
Kawhi Leonard returned home to Los Angeles for the next stop in his NBA career, but Snoop Dogg believes the superstar picked the wrong team.
Once all the pieces fell into place during a frenetic offseason when multiple superstars ended up on new teams, the notion that there will be a battle between the Lakers and Clippers for Los Ange
The battle for NBA dominance in Los Angeles is set to begin in earnest this upcoming season between LeBron James’ Lakers and Kawhi Leonard’s Clippers, and it sounds like the two superstars are already
There was no shortage of speculation in the aftermath Kawhi Leonard’s somewhat prolonged free-agency deliberations that the superstar took advantage of the Los Angeles Lakers’ intense
Kawhi Leonard is an enigma when it comes to NBA superstars: A private and introverted individual who harbors a desire to shy away from the spotlight.
Billy Crystal has long been an unabashed fan of the Los Angeles Clippers, and the legendary actor/funnyman unsurprisingly is overjoyed by the team’s ability to sign Kawhi Leonard.
The Los Angeles Lakers failed to land Kawhi Leonard in free agency, and now a coffee chain in town that supports the team has banned the superstar from all its locations despite the fact he signe
The Golden State Warriors blew a 31-point lead in historic fashion to lose Game 2 of their first-round series against the Los Angeles Clippers, and a new t-shirt savagely trolls the team over the epic
Don Knobler, the Dallas Mavericks superfan known for his outrageous attire and antics, reportedly has been banned from all team home games at American Airlines Center for the rest of the season, sourc
Things got pretty heated between Patrick Beverley and Russell Westbrook during Tuesday night’s showdown between Los Angeles Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder.
Kawhi Leonard, by all appearances, seems to be acclimating well to a new situation and team following his offseason trade to the Toronto Raptors.
That’s presumably the point Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley was attempting to convey when arguing the Los Angeles Lakers are not the best team in the City of Angels.
Ice Cube doesn’t understand why Los Angeles even needs the Clippers, what with the city already boasting the iconic and championship-rich Lakers franchise.