Look on the bright side, they live in LA and there are zero expectations for this team. So what’s to worry?
Confession: I did not get a chance to watch this game but watched the highlights.
You see when it comes to prioritizing my time for this evening my 3 year old and my 6 month old, my wife, my mother in-law’s birthday dinner, buying new stuff for a bathroom renovation and picking up dog poop, were all things that I considered as higher priority than watching tonight’s Clipper game.
I also did not want to waste precious DVR space on a game that I knew they were going to lose. I am trying to catch up on some episodes of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report. Plus, I have started recording Conan. All higher priorities than tonight’s Clippers game.
Eric Gordon (shoulder), Chris Kaman (ankle) and Baron Davis (knee) all sat out for the Clippers tonight.
Would it have mattered? Probably not.
Mercifully, the Clipper roadie is over. Next up, a mini two game homestand versus Detroit (Friday) and New Jersey (Monday). Winnable games for the Clippers.
I’ll let you know how they did. Depending that I have enough space on my DVR.
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Written by Donovan Williams
32 year-old sports fan who has the audacity to think that he could be good at this sports writing thing. I'll be honest. I'll be snarky. I'll be sarcastic. Maybe not in that order. It is my goal to ensure that my opinions will generate a response from you, dear reader. Good, bad or indifferent, I welcome your replies.