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Robert Flom and Dr. Shap bring you the latest Clippers news and analysis in 213Hoops' The Lob, The Jam, The Podcast, an independent podcast by Clippers fans, for Clippers fans.
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More End of Season Thoughts, 23-24 Exit Interviews: Brandon, Kobe, & Terance

Rob, Shap, and Justin (@laclippersfilm) collect their thoughts a bit more after LAC's disappointing first round loss. After the guys reflect, they kick off the Off-Season Exit Interview Series! The guys start off with the often unused Brandon Boston Jr., move on to former first rounder Kobe Brown, before touching on Terance Mann's first full season as a starter, capped off by a memorable playoff run.
5/14/202452 minutes, 7 seconds
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Clippers Season Ends in Dallas

Clippers season ends in a thud 114-101, losing in 6 to the Dallas Mavericks. Lucas. Rob, and Shap get together to talk a bit about the game, the series, and some wider scope on this 213 era and what comes next for the Clippers. How did this series and season reframe questions about 213's core, the coaching staff, and the front office?
5/4/20241 hour, 28 minutes, 49 seconds
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Clips Fall Flat in Pivotal Game 5

Shap and Jamal (@JamCristopher) vent after an atrocious performance against the Mavericks, 123-93 in a blowout loss in what could be the last home game at the Crypt. The guys let loose and the huge ups and downs of Paul George, the limits of James Harden, the ceiling of the team without Kawhi Leonard, and the roster mismanagement that has gotten the team to the brink of elimination.
5/2/202449 minutes, 59 seconds
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Mid Series Pulse Check with Tim Cato

Rob, Shap, and Tim (@tim_cato) get together to talk about a very interesting 2-2 series thus far. There are a ton of stories within the series to check out, and the guys touch on as many as possible. Tune in to hear about Luka's poor play, the big Kawhi absence, resurrected James Harden, which role players have impressed on both sides, and the remaining adjustments that could be made.
4/30/202456 minutes, 14 seconds
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Harden Floats Clippers to a Series Tie

Lucas, Rob, and Shap recap what was another whirlwind of an update for the Clippers, losing Kawhi Leonard (again) and then showing out on the road (again) for a huge 116-111 in Dallas. Paul George was huge early, had a massive shot late, and James Harden dragged the Clippers across the finish line with a flurry of floaters. The guys talk about the stars, the role players, the end of the rotation, the Westbrook minutes, and the look for the rest of this series.
4/29/20241 hour, 11 seconds
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Clippers Embarrassed in Game 3, with Andrew Greif

Lucas and Rob are joined by special guest Andrew Greif to discuss the Clippers' discouraging loss to the Dallas Mavericks in game 3 and what paths forward exist for the team in this series.
4/27/202456 minutes, 55 seconds
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Calm Before the Storm, Series Moves to Dallas with Law Murray

Shap and Law (@LawMurrayTheNU) get hyped as the series moves to Dallas all tied at 1-1. The guys talk about the vibe in Dallas with the Clippers, how small ball has affected the series, how the Clippers can react against a physical defense, and keys/predictions for a momentum swinging Game 3.
4/26/202438 minutes, 13 seconds
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Kawhi Returns But Clips Lose a Rock Fight

Shap, Cole (@colehoops), and Jag (@Mjags24) get together after the Clippers lose a tough one in Kawhi's return game, 96-93 to the Mavericks. A lot to talk about as the series gets tied at 1-1.. How did Kawhi look? Where was the game lost? What rotation mistakes were there? And how can the Clippers get better?
4/24/202449 minutes, 56 seconds
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Looking Forward to a Huge Game 2 with Mark Jones

Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), and Mark Jones (@MarkJonesESPN) get together fresh off a huge Game 1 win from the Clippers against the Mavericks. The guys talk about some of Mark's excellent work calling basketball before diving into what went well in Game 1, and what adjustments may be made for Game 2. The guys then close with predictions for what could be a series defining game.
4/23/202445 minutes, 25 seconds
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Clips Beat Mavs in Game 1 Without Kawhi

Rob and Lucas discuss the Clippers' fantastic Game 1 victory over the Dallas Mavericks even without the services of Kawhi Leonard. They chat about Ty Lue's rotations, give out medals to the top 3 Clippers, and deliberate on potential adjustments by both teams going forward.
4/22/202453 minutes, 36 seconds
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Clippers-Mavs Series Preview Part 2

Rob is joined by Cole Huff and Jackson Frank of Basktball Insiders to break down the potential x-factors in the Clippers-Mavs series, discuss the Clippers' options at backup center, and give predictions on the series.
4/19/20241 hour, 5 minutes, 27 seconds
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Clippers Mavs Part III Preview with Tim Cato

Shap, Justin, and Tim Cato (@tim_cato) get together to dive deep into Mavs/Clippers having another trip down memory lane. The guys talk about the difference a few years make, how real the Mavs defense is, can the Clippers crack that defense, the importance of Zu, X-factors, predictions, and much, much more. Playoff basketball is back!
4/17/20241 hour, 16 minutes, 11 seconds
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Regular Season Wraps Up; Clippers Look to Playoffs

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom discuss the Clippers' final regular season game against the Houston Rockets, the Kai Jones addition, the team's first round playoff series against the Dallas Mavericks, and a busy final day around the NBA as the league prepares for the postseason.
4/15/202458 minutes, 10 seconds
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Clips Lose to Jazz, Initial Mavs Series Preview

Rob and Cole are back to discuss the Clippers' meaningless loss to the Jazz on Friday night, talk about the play of the Clippers' youngsters, give early thoughts on Clippers-Mavs playoffs part 3, and look at the rest of the Western Conference playoff picture.
4/13/202440 minutes, 25 seconds
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Clips Split Against Suns As Season Nears Close

Shap, Jamal (@JamCristopher) and Shane Young (@YoungNBA) talk about a couple of games against the Suns, finished with a spirited loss in LA by the Clips backups and a wild first half in Phoenix without Kawhi or James Harden. The guys hand out medals for the win in Phoenix and generally think of some trends with the Clippers and what is going on with the Suns. Luka awaits, once again.
4/11/202446 minutes, 44 seconds
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Clippers Come Back from 26 Down to Beat Cavs

Rob does TLTJTP's first-ever solo pod on a momentous weekend that saw the Clippers tighten their hold on the 4 seed with a breezy win over the Jazz and a massive, stomach-clenching 26-point comeback victory over the Cavaliers. Rob dishes medals, discusses the updated standings, and looks ahead to the Clippers' final four games of the regular season.
4/7/202424 minutes, 46 seconds
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PG and James Turn on the Gas, Outduel Jokic

Shap and Justin (@laclippersfilm) return to talk about a clutch 102-100 win against Denver in a war of attrition down the stretch, without Kawhi Leonard or Jamal Murray. The guys hand out medals, talk about PJ in the lineup, George's two-way game, hiding James Harden on defense, the bench minutes, and what this mean wins for a Clipper team that's had too few gritty wins recently.
4/5/202448 minutes, 32 seconds
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No Kawhi? Problem.

Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), and Jamal (@JamCristopher) get together to talk about a miserable loss in Sacramento without Kawhi Leonard. The guys talk about what went wrong in the game, James Harden's recent decline, the lack of dynacism of late with the Clippers, and the choice between the Pelicans and the Mavericks.
4/3/202441 minutes, 8 seconds
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Paul George Leads Clippers in Charlotte

Lucas, Rob, and Shap recap a wire to wire W against a hot shooting Hornets team, 130-118 on the back of a season high 41 points from Paul George. The guys talk medals, finishing a brutal March, feeling on the end of the rotaiton, Powell Rangers, and more.
4/1/202433 minutes, 47 seconds
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Clippers Top Magic in Orlando

The Clippers have won two games in a row after going into Orlando and beating the Magic 100-97. Rob is joined by Tomer Azarly of Clutchpoints to talk about the Clipper' gritty win, their potential playoff opponents, and rotation trends down the stretch of the season - as well as hand out medals to three worthy Clippers!
3/30/202443 minutes, 47 seconds
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213 Grit Out a Much Needed Dub

Rob and Dan (@dan_olinger) recap what was a wild game in Philly, 108-107 that saw the Clippers running out of time again down in the 4th before gutting out a win behind the play of their stars. The guys talk about new rotations, big plays down the stretch, and what this W might win to a team that's looked lifeless recently.
3/28/202453 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Free Fall to Fifth

Shap and Cole (@colehoops) try to deconstruct another mess of a loss, a 133-116 blowout at the hands of the Indiana Pacers, at home. The Clippers are now in 5th place, and optimism is hard to be had with the healthy squad just not able to find its footing on either end, but the guys try to see what they might have left and why things have gone south so fast.
3/26/202432 minutes, 18 seconds
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Clips Look Crisp Again in Portland

Rob and Shap talk about a successful couple of games in Portland, capped off by a great 3 quarters that ended in a 125-117 W. The guys talk about the end of the current rotation, why the team looks better even against inferior competiton, Paul George's current run, Kobe Brown, and medals.
3/23/202451 minutes, 51 seconds
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Clips Find Their Groove in Portland

Shap, Cole (@colehoops), and Jamal (@JamCristopher) get together to talk about a confident Clipper win in Portland, 116-103. The stars played up to their talent, the role players chipped in, but more importantly the Clippers looked locked in on both ends of the floor regardless of the competition. The guys hand out medals, talk about who stood out in the rotation and the effects it could have with the playoffs around the corner.
3/21/202459 minutes, 25 seconds
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Clippers Split Bulls/Pelicans Back-to-Back

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom discuss the Clippers' increasingly perilous seeding situation as they lost to the New Orleans Pelicans Friday night after a Thursday win against the Chicago Bulls.
3/16/202448 minutes, 46 seconds
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Clips Fall Apart After Kawhi's Departure

Shap and Justin (@laclippersfilm) break down a miserable game where the Clips experience the wrong end of a 40 point turnaround, 118-100 in a loss to the Wolves. Kawhi Leonard left with back spasms and his status for the upcoming road trip is up in the air, the stars behind him underperformed, and the role players followed suit. What can be made after what turned out to be a bad bad night?
3/13/202447 minutes, 16 seconds
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LAC Split Back to Back Matinee Games

Lucas and Shap chat about a great effort by an undermanned Clipper team against the Bucks that ended in a 124-117 loss. The guys take a look at the end of the roster that found some minutes today, as well as the efforts from some of the rotation guys and James Harden. They also hand out medals for the Clippers comeback win over the Bulls the day before.
3/10/202447 minutes, 19 seconds
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Off and On Clips Close Strong in HOU, Sputter in MIL

Rob and Shap get together to talk about very different closes in Houston vs. Milwaukee. The guys talk about medals, Ty's penchant for small ball, the zone, how matchup dependent James Harden can be, and what the KAT injury means for the Western Conference.
3/8/202453 minutes, 23 seconds
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Kawhi, Norm Save Clips with Joseph Raya-Ward

Lucas and Shap are joined by Joseph Raya-Ward for one of LAC's best wins of the year, 89-88 in Minnesota. Kawhi led the team and Norm gave huge scoring streaks, and defense was the name of most of the game tonight in this playoff-esque slugfest. Who got medals in the first game without Russell Westbrook this season? How are the rotations looking, now with Bones Hyland?
3/4/202444 minutes, 52 seconds
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Offense Hums Against Hapless Wizards

Lucas and Shap chat after the Clipeprs blowout the Wizards 140-115 in a game that had mostly good process but featured a big injury to Russell Westbrook. The Big 3 all played well but Russell Westbrook was lost to a left hand fracture and figures to miss extended time. The guys talk about what that means for the rotation, Bones Hyland's opportunity, hand out medals, and more.
3/2/202444 minutes, 38 seconds
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Hallway Series Ends in Miserable Clippers Collapse

Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), and Jamal (@JamCristopher) chat after one of the worst collapses in recent Clippers memory, losing 116-112 against the Lakers after being up 21 in the 4th quarter. LeBron got rolling and Kawhi could not respond after LAL came back against a bad bench lineup. Where to go from here after the Clippers recent poor play?
2/29/202449 minutes, 6 seconds
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Clipper Struggles Continue Against Kings

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom attempt to diagnose the Clippers' continued struggles as the team fell at home to the Sacramento Kings.
2/26/202438 minutes, 27 seconds
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Clips Beat Grizzlies, Lose to OKC in B2B

Rob, Lucas, and Jag discuss the Clippers' miserable 101-95 win over the Grizzlies as well as their rout at the hands of the Thunder the night before. The trio hand out medals for the win, debate the re-introduction of PJ Tucker to the rotation, and ask Paul George to just play better.
2/24/202447 minutes, 7 seconds
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James Harden Breaks Hearts in Golden State

Lucas and Shap get together after the Clippers pulled out a comeback victory, without Kawhi Leonard, in the Bay. The team looked dreadful in the first half but were able to respond after Coach Ty Lue got ejected, led by James Harden. The guys hand out medals, talk about Amir's rising play, strong performances in the 4th quarter, and LAC salvaging would was an uneasy day around the team.
2/15/202443 minutes, 28 seconds
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Wolves Crush Clippers in 1-Seed Battle

The Clippers played the Minnesota Timberwolves for the 1 seed Monday night, and the road team crushed their hosts in Los Angeles. Lucas Hann and Justin Wilson discuss.
2/13/202440 minutes, 50 seconds
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Matinee Clips Wake Up in Time, Trade Deadline Talk

Lucas and Shap talk about a Clipper matinee win against a feisty Pistons team. The guys hand out medals then talk about the trade deadline, the move the Clippers made, the substantial moves around the West, and the team going forward.
2/11/202440 minutes, 19 seconds
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Tired Legs and a Bad Matchup After the Grammy Trip

Shap and Cole (@colehoops) recap a bummer of a loss 117-106 from a road weary Clippers team that could not get any exceptional performances out of the roster. The guys talk about the loss, the tough matchup against the Pelicans, concern of a letdown, and what the team could use in front of the looming trade deadline.
2/8/202435 minutes, 51 seconds
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Clippers Finish Grammy Road Trip with B2B Wins

The Clippers concluded their Grammy's road trip with back to back wins over the Heat and Hawks to go 6-1 on the trip in total, a franchise record. Rob and Jag discuss the wins, hand out medals, and try to predict what the Clippers might do at the trade deadline.
2/6/202443 minutes, 49 seconds
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Russ Drives Clippers Past Pistons, 136-125

Shap and Lucas chat about the Clippers' latest road win as they head toward the trade deadline.
2/3/202431 minutes, 20 seconds
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An Easy W in DC, Kuzma and Big Swing Trade Targets

Rob andn Shap talk about an easy win in DC without Paul George and hand out some medals in an easy blowout win, 125-109. The guys then talk about Kyle Kuzma and what a big swing move means to the Clippers, and how much it would change the team's makeup. How much would you swing for that last big wing starter?
2/1/202443 minutes, 35 seconds
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Clippers Fall to Cavs 118-108

Rob and Jag discuss the Clippers' 118-108 loss to the Cavs, who were just the superior team in this one. The guys chat about the Clippers' lack of size without Zu, debate whether Paul George should sit a couple games to rest his injury, and how much this game means to the larger picture of the season.
1/30/202432 minutes, 57 seconds
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Clippers crush Celtics & Raptors to start Grammy trip

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom break down the Clippers' wins against Toronto and Boston to start their road trip.
1/28/202457 minutes, 25 seconds
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Kawhi's Triple Double Breezes By Lakers

Shap, Cole (@colehoops), and Jamal (@JamCristopher) get together after the Clippers get by the Lakers 127-116 as they were without LeBron James. LAC continues to roll, Kawhi had his second triple double, and the team clinches a winning record at Staples/Cypto in the Regular Season. The guys hand out medals, talk small ball, missing Zu, James Harden, and a ton of contributions from role players.
1/24/202448 minutes, 12 seconds
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Russ Fuels Comeback + Trade Deadline Chatter

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom break down the Clippers' win over the Brooklyn Nets and take a peek at some potential trade deadline targets for the Clippers.
1/22/202457 minutes, 35 seconds
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The Clippers at the Midseason Mark w/ Michael Pina

Shap is rejoined by Michael Pina (@MichaelVPina) to talk about the very different Clippers since the last time they chatted in the summer. The guys talk about how James Harden transformed this team, the Clippers 2way performace, needs the team might still have, and also rank Clipper players in terms of importance to the team.
1/18/202454 minutes, 37 seconds
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Clippers Roll Thunder 128-117 Behind George's 38

Lucas Hann and Justin Wilson break down the Clippers' win over OKC as they continue to climb in the standings.
1/17/202439 minutes, 42 seconds
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Paul George Keeps Shooting, Leads Clippers in Memphis

Rob and Law Murray (@LawMurrayTheNU) of The Athletic chat about an easy Clipper win over the short-handed Griz, 128-119. The guys talk about how good the Clippers have been nearing the midpoint of the season, how the rotation is shaping up, and preview two massive games coming up against the Wolves and the Thunder.
1/13/202445 minutes, 56 seconds
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Kawhi Extended and Clips Thwart Pesky Raptors

Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), and Jamal (@JamCristopher) get together to chat about the Clippers defeating an active Raptors team, 126-120 fresh off of extending Kawhi Leonard to a new 3 years on his contract. The guys hand out medals, talk about the new 213/Harden/Russ rotation stagger, talk about how to defend this potent offense, and is this the best time to be a Clipper fan ever?
1/11/202457 minutes, 12 seconds
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Clippers Bounce Back, Block Out Suns

Shap and Cole (@colehoops) chat about a quality win against the Suns, 138-111, after a tough loss to the Lakers. The guys talk about the well rounded performance from 213 and James Harden, as well as solid contributions up and down the roster. Big Zu continues to play well. Then, the guys touch on the Lakers loss last night.
1/9/202445 minutes, 43 seconds
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Clippers Break the New Orleans Curse

Rob, Shap, and Jag (@Mjags24) discuss the Clippers FINALLY breaking through in New Orleans, and with ease, 111-95. The guys hand out a different gold each and go up and down a game filled with quality performances. What did the team do differently to finally break through in New Orleans?
1/6/202450 minutes, 42 seconds
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Paul George Claps Back in the Valley of the Sun

Shap and Justin (@LAClippersFilm) get together after the Clippers win (mostly) easily in Phoenix, 131-122 against a Durantless Suns squad. The team continues to roll, jettisoning up the standings, stacking wins, and finding the rotations that hit. How can Paul George adjust to his adapting role, and what holes does this extremely good team have left?
1/4/202448 minutes, 27 seconds
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Kawhi Returns and Clips Have a Happy New Year

Lucas and Shap recap Kawhi Leonard's return to the lineup, and a full Clipper squad starting off a bit rusty before closing the door on a short-handed Miami Heat team, 121-104. Kawhi had an efficient 24 and the team got contributions across the board from their rotation players. The guys hand out medals and consider some questions for the rotation with every player healthy.
1/2/202423 minutes, 11 seconds
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Clippers Beat Grizzlies as Kawhi Remains Sidelined

The Clippers took down Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies in their final game of 2023 as Kawhi Leonard remained sidelined.
12/30/202352 minutes, 39 seconds
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Harden Leads Clippers Past Hornets

Lucas Hann and Justin Wilson break down the Clippers' win over the Charlotte Hornets, with James Harden leading the way and Kawhi Leonard remaining out with a hip injury.
12/27/202355 minutes, 7 seconds
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Celtics Bury Clippers before Christmas

Lucas Hann and Jamal Christopher break down the Clippers' 37-point pre-Christmas loss.
12/24/202327 minutes, 45 seconds
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Weary Clips Lose in OKC After Kawhi Carries Them in Dallas

Rob and Shap get together to talk about what felt like a tough schedule loss in OKC, 134-115 to Shai and the Thunder. While there wasn't too much to make out of an undermanned team losing without their best player, there was plenty to talk about with a great W in Dallas that pushed the Clips season high win streak to 9. The guys hand out medals, talk about Terance's struggles, Amir's emergence in the rotation, Russ's intangibles, and just how importance Norm now is to this Clipper team.
12/22/202341 minutes, 56 seconds
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Clippers Dominate Pacers 151-127

Rob is joined by Clippers' beat writer Tomer Azarly of Clutchpoints to discuss the Clippers' 151-127 thrashing of the Pacers, their 8th win in a row, highlighted by an absurd scoring performance by James Harden in the 4th quarter.
12/19/202330 minutes, 22 seconds
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Clippers Beat Knicks, Extend Win Streak to 7

Rob and Cole are back to discuss the Clippers' 7th consecutive victory, this time at home against the New York Knicks. They dish out medals to the Clippers' three best players, celebrate Amir Coffey's return to the rotation, and look forward to a tough upcoming schedule.
12/17/202336 minutes, 33 seconds
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Amir Starts, Harden Dominates in W vs GSW

Shap and Cole (@colehoops) talk about a big 121-113 win vs GSW in a game where the team was missing Paul George in a 3 games in 4 nights stretch. James Harden was fantastic, Kawhi kept up his hot stretch, and LAC got big contributions from Amir Coffey (!) and Norm Powell. What does this mean for Amir's spot in the rotation? How urgent is the size upgrade for this Clipper team that felt lack of it with their second unit? Good times are here again.
12/15/202338 minutes, 8 seconds
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Clips Keep it Rolling vs. Kings, Outlast Blazers

Shap and Justin (@LAClippersFilm) are feeling pretty good about the Clippers again, as the team gets a big W vs. the Kings 119-99 led by more dominance by Kawhi Leonard. A lot has happened since the Denver meltdown to Reggie and friends, as the Clippers seem to be finding their footing. What's turned around both sides of the squad? How has the hieracy sorted itself? What news do we have on the Paul George injury? The guys also talk about the Blazers win.
12/13/202355 minutes, 39 seconds
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Kawhi Elite in Utah as Clips Win in SLC

Shap and Jag (@Mjags24) get together to talk about the now rolling Clippers, who finally snap their more than half a decade (Regular Season) losing streak in Utah 117-103 behind a special Kawhi Leonard performance. While Kawhi shined, Zu continued his strong play, and Clippers across the board chipped in. The guys touch on what went right, the few things that went wrong, and LAC's continued momentum.
12/9/202343 minutes, 37 seconds
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Finally! Clippers Beat the Nuggets 111-102

Shap and Dan (@dan_olinger) recap the Clippers at long last getting over the Nuggets, 111-102 in a comeback win that featured good performances up and down the roster. The guys hand out medals, talk about improved Ty rotations, the brilliant passing of James Harden, tough shot making PG, and just a ton of good bench production.
12/7/202349 minutes, 52 seconds
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Huge Comeback vs. GSW Led by 213 & Harden

Rob and Shap talk about a huge comeback win the Clippers had against the Warriors, down 20+ in the 2nd half to get another much needed W. What brought the Clippers back? Are these the vibes that were promised? What to make a few games into some big rotation changes?
12/3/202339 minutes, 23 seconds
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Clippers Split Back-to-Back in Northern California

Lucas Hann, Cole Huff, and Jamal Cristopher break down the Clippers' back-to-back--their best win of the year against the Sacramento Kings, and a frustrating loss to the Golden State Warriors where Ty Lue fell back into bad habits.
12/1/20231 hour, 6 minutes, 28 seconds
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Reggie Revenge Game in a Miserable Clips L

Shap and Justin (@laclippersfilm) chat about the worst loss of the season, 113-104 against the Jokic-less, Murray-less, Gordon-less Nuggets. Kawhi got touches, but Paul George was awful and James Harden was pretty invisible. The Clippers have problems, but where does the blame lie? Can they right the ship?
11/28/202337 minutes, 29 seconds
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Clips Pick Up Quality W vs. DAL

Lucas, Rob, and Shap chat after an impressive win against the Mavericks. The guys highlight another solid Paul George game, the blueprint Russ off the bench performance, and more solid signs for Zu. How does the rotation look after the starting lineup adjustment? The guys also talk about the loss to New Orleans and another win against the Spurs from Wednesday.
11/26/202359 minutes, 43 seconds
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Clippers Beat Spurs 124-99

The Clippers beat the Spurs 124-99 in a game that was never really close. Rob and Dan hand out medals to the three best Clippers, including a surprise finisher, and discuss some of Ty Lue's rotations as the Clippers continue to integrate James Harden onto their team.
11/21/202337 minutes, 6 seconds
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Clippers Snap Streak, Sign Theis

Lucas Hann and Mike Jaglin discuss the Clippers finally breaking their losing streak with a win on Friday night against the Houston Rockets, with a new starting lineup that didn't include Russell Westbrook and freshly-signed backup center Daniel Theis.
11/18/20231 hour, 54 seconds
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Losing Streak Slides to Six in Frustrating Denver Loss

Lucas Hann and Cole Huff break down the Clippers' sixth straight loss, with some notes for optimism as the team continues to integrate James Harden and looks towards a light upcoming schedule where they'll try to right the ship.
11/15/202349 minutes, 7 seconds
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Comeback Falls Short in a Matinee L vs MEM

Lucas, Rob, and Shap chat about another loss in a disappointing start for the James Harden era. Ty Lue has been making rotation adjustments, but a deficiency in personnel as well as poor chemistry have left the Clips trying to find answers. Are there any quick remedies to what has felt like a dreadful start? Was there promise in that fourth quarter run?
11/13/202347 minutes, 32 seconds
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Mavericks Crush Clippers; Joseph-Raya Ward Joins

Lucas Hann is joined by Joseph Raya-Ward to discuss the Clippers' crushing defeat to the Dallas Mavericks as they fall to 0-3 in the James Harden era. They break down the loss, the direction of this team, challenging rotation decisions, options for bench bigs, and the franchise's long-term trajectory in a marathon podcast.
11/11/20231 hour, 23 minutes, 20 seconds
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Another Terrible 4th Dooms Clips in BKN

Rob and Shap recap some deja vu in Brooklyn as the Clippers lost to an extremely undermanned Nets team 100-93 in a game where virtually no one stood out for LAC. Terance Mann is back and Mason Plumlee is out but may have avoided the worst, but is it time to panick about the struggling Harden Clippers?
11/9/202331 minutes, 54 seconds
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Clippers Lose in Harden Debut

James Harden made his awaited Clippers debut and had some nice moments, but the Clippers played badly as a team and were run out of the gym by the Knicks on the road. Even worse, backup center Mason Plumlee went down with a serious-looking knee injury. Rob and Dan are back to discuss Harden's play, the overall rotations, and potential replacements for Plumlee.
11/7/202337 minutes, 11 seconds
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Sixers Perspective on Harden Trade

With James Harden's Clippers' debut tomorrow, we decided to get a Sixers' perspective on Harden and PJ Tucker and their fit on the Clippers. Rob was joined by special guest Trill Bro Dude of the You Know Ball Podcast to discuss the trade, the strengths and weaknesses of the players involved, and how they'll fit on the Clips.
11/6/202345 minutes, 55 seconds
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Clippers' Streak vs Lakers Falls in Overtime Thriller

Lucas Hann discuss the Clippers' 11-game winning streak against the Lakers ending in OT tonight. They break down PJ Tucker's debut, look ahead at James Harden's impending introduction next Monday, and hand out medals for Tuesday's win against Orlando.
11/2/202344 minutes, 18 seconds
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Trick or Treat? James Harden is a Clipper!

Lucas, Shap, and Dan (@dan_olinger) talk about the James Harden deal that FINALLY happened, and still isn't even quite finished. The Clippers dealt expirings, including RoCo, Nico, Mook, and KJ for Harden, PJ Tucker, and Filip Petrusev. LAC are also dealing a first, a couple seconds, a pick swap, and another first involved with a third team that we couldn't stay up longer to wait for! Let's talk about the deal and what it means for the Clippers!
10/31/202346 minutes, 27 seconds
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Comeback Falls Short to Jazz Hero Triples in SLC

Shap and Cole (@colehoops) jump on the pod to talk about a heartbreaking loss in Utah, 120-118. Paul George and Kawhi Leonard had moments of brilliance, and Norm/Bones had their flashes, but the Clippers ran out of gas while Utah kept up their shotmaking. What to make of Russ's second game this season? How about the increase in Wingstop minutes? Wemby awaits.
10/28/202326 minutes, 42 seconds
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Clippers Break the Paint, Beat the Blazers 123-111

Lucas, Shap, and Justin (@laclippersfilm) are back to talk Regular Season hoops! The trio hand out medals, give their early impressions of solid Clipper play, while digesting some killer highlights that happened all night. Basketball is back!
10/26/202346 minutes, 24 seconds
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2023 Around the Beat w/ Andrew Greif, Law Murray, and Tomer Azarly

NBA Basketball is back! With the Regular Season finally just days away, Shap welcomes Andrew Greif (@AndrewGreif) of the LA Times, Law Murray (@LawMurraytheNU) of the Athletic, and Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) of Clutch Points to talk all things Clippers. The guys talk about the vibes through training camp, what they felt about the Clippers play during the Preseason, X-factors for the season, and if this team can really contend for a title as is.
10/23/20231 hour, 7 minutes, 39 seconds
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PG Shines, Clips Beat Nuggets 116-103

Lucas, Shap, and Dan (@dan_olinger) get together and chat about another Clipper preseason win, this time against the starter-less Nuggets. Nico Batum started in the carousel at PF, but Paul George shined early and Bones Hyland and Zu also had their moments in the first half. Did we learn much more about who should start, and, maybe, who shouldn't play at all?
10/18/202341 minutes, 7 seconds
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2023 Player Previews: PG, Russ, Zu, KJ, Nico, Miller, & Kobe

Rob and Shap continue their Player Preview series, going through quite a few names today. From co-star of the team in Paul George, to assigned leader in Russell Wesbtrook, role players in Zu/KJ/Nico, as well as the two G-League designated rookies in Kobe Brown and Jordan Miller, the guys go through a variety of roles on the pod today. Join in as the regular season approaches just days away!
10/15/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 2 seconds
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RoCo Finally Starts, Clips Win 103-98

Shap and Cole (@colehoops) recap the Clippers' first win of the preseason against the Utah Jazz that featured Robert Covington starting and thriving at the PF spot. Kawhi Leonard shot well from deep in his stint, Amir Coffey played well late, and RoCo's quality play leaves another answer to the 5th starter question. The guys think about the ripple affects of who starts, talk about the debuts of Russ and Nico, and talk other notables from this game in Seattle.
10/11/202331 minutes, 38 seconds
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Bones Impresses as LAC Drops Preseason Opener to UTA 101-96

Lucas, Rob, and Shap chat about Clippers basketball! Preseason hoops started and LAC looked good in the first half before fading behind their mostly 3rd unit, 101-96 against a closing squad led by Kris Dunn. Kawhi and PG looked good, but Bones got the start and brought up some interesting questions as far as his place in the rotation. Who should ultimately get that 5th start spot?
10/9/202334 minutes, 48 seconds
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Clips Lose Out on Jrue, Waive Preston, Sign Primo

Rob and Shap deal with the fallout from all the discussion revolving around Jrue Holiday that wound up in LAC losing out in a bidding war to the Boston Celtics. What's left for the Clips to upgrade, or are they in a waiting game? What about Malcolm Brogdon who's the next guard that may be flipped? Plus the guys talk about the waiving of Jason Preston and the controversial Josh Primo 2way signing.
10/1/202344 minutes, 15 seconds
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The Damian Lillard Blockbuster and What It Means for the Clippers

Lucas, Rob, and Shap get together to talk all about the Damian Lillard trade that landed him in Milwaukee, and, possibly more importantly, what Jrue Holiday's availability means for the Clippers. Are James Harden talks back on? What about bypassing him entirely and trying to get Jrue? What of the reports that Malcolm Brogdon is actually healthy? LAC may not have been involved in this deal, but it feels like it has a lot of possible implications for their search for a talent upgrade.
9/28/202351 minutes, 45 seconds
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Brian Sieman Returns and is Bringing the Vibes

Shap and Jag (@Mjags24) are rejoined by none other than Clippers Play-by-Play man Brian Sieman (@BSieman)! The guys talk about the bummer of a season that was while getting excited for the new year, filled with healthy players, a backup center, a vocal leader, and hopefully, a quiet eye. Brian talks about how he's learned from the years going from radio to television, memorable Clippers, and even a TV rec for Clipper fans waiting for basketball.
9/16/202345 minutes, 51 seconds
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Sneaker Chat: Terance with Skechers, the Paul George Line, & More w/ Bryan from NachoAverageFinds

We've got a fun one for you today. Shap is joined by Bryan (@NachoAverageFinds on YouTube) to talk all things sneaker culture, highlighting Paul George's shoe line as well as talk on Terance Mann being a Skechers guy. Carl Tart and Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) also hang out to talk about their history with sneakers, which ones they hoop in, and generally just chop it up about basketball shoes.
9/10/202354 minutes, 29 seconds
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Bingo! Ralph Lawler Returns to Discuss His Book, Lob City, the Knuckleheads, & the Kawhi Era

Lucas and Shap are joined once again by Clipper Legend Ralph Lawler! Ralph comes by to discuss his book: Bingo! Forty Years in the NBA as well as recent discussion on the ceiling of Lob City, memories from the young Clippers of the early 2000s, and the new 213 era. He also talks a bit about his life coming up before the Clippers in radio and broadcasting. Come join us on this special episode, Oh Me Oh My!
9/3/202357 minutes, 6 seconds
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2023 Player Previews: Norm, Bones, Preston, Amir, & Brandon

Rob and Shap kick off the Player Preview series talking about Norman Powell, Amir Coffey, and a bunch of young Clipper guards, including the exciting Bones Hyland. The guys think about what Norm's role could be as a Clipper, assuming he stays a Clipper, and the upside for a guy like Bones Hyland. The duo also look at the edges of the roster when thinking about Amir and BBJR, and wonder if they've seen Jason Preston's last game with the Clippers.
8/29/202353 minutes, 21 seconds
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Rainy Twitter Mailbag, Nico's Retirement, Schedule Thoughts

Rob, Shap, and Cole (@colehoops) take your Twitter questions and chat about the newly released Clipper schedule. The guys take some questions dealing with a James Harden trade, the direction of these Clips, and options outside of a Harden deal. The trio also touch base on Nico Batum's next season with the Clippers likely being his last.
8/20/20231 hour, 15 minutes, 13 seconds
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The Summer State of the Clippers w/ Michael Pina

Rob and Shap are joined by the Ringer's Michael Pina (@MichaelVPina) to talk about the state of the Clippers in the midst of the James Harden limbo. Michael talks about why he's still so high on these Clippers with or without Harden, the margins the team is dealing with roster-wise, Russell Westbrook, and what might be in store for this Clipper season.
8/11/202345 minutes, 13 seconds
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Clipper Steve Returns for Another Summer Pod!

Lucas and Shap are joined by Steve Perrin, Clipper blogging godfather. The guys talk all things Clippers, from the pieces involved in potential James Harden deals, Terance Mann's value, Westbrook's affect on the Clippers, and the level of success the 213 era has had as of now.
7/31/202355 minutes, 13 seconds
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Star Trade Possibilities, Preston Decision, and the Summer Clips

Lucas, Rob, and Shap chat about the latest James Harden rumors, but also thought about alternatives to Harden in Zach Lavine and Pascal Siakam. The guys then talk about the decision to extend Jason Preston's contract guarantee date to October 1st, before giving some more thoughts on Summer League performances.
7/23/20231 hour, 9 minutes, 37 seconds
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Harden Standoff, KJ Martin, and Final Thoughts on the Summer Clips

Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), and Jamal (@JamCristopher) get together to talk about the continued James Harden impasse, Offseason returns, and Summer League. The guys talk about the seemingly impending Harden addition, wax poetic about the needs brought by KJ Martin, before wrapping up with some final takeaways from Summer League, particularly on the impressive Kobe Brown and not so impressive Jason Preston.
7/18/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 45 seconds
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Summer Clips Improve to 2-1 with Vets Closing It Out

Lucas and Shap chat about the latest Clippers Summer Win, 83-74 against a Memphis Grizzlies team with some good NBA prospects. The guys talk about strides from Kobe Brown, vets Xavier Moon & Brodric Thomas, a quiet game from Jordan Miller, and the conundrum that is Jason Preston.
7/13/202339 minutes, 21 seconds
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Moon Continues to Shine in LAC SL 80-70 Victory

Lucas and Shap chat about LAC's first Summer League win vs SAC, 80-70 in what was a pretty gross game closed by the veteran on the team. The guys talk a little about all the significant players on the team, the differences in the guard play, Kobe Brown's skill, Moussa's quiet strides, Jordan Miller's intangibles, Matt Morgan's upside, and what they're looking forward to the rest of Summer League play.
7/11/202333 minutes, 50 seconds
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Summer League First Impressions

Clippers basketball is (sort of) back! Lucas, Rob, and Shap talk about the start of Summer League Basketball, as LAC lost 105-99 to a Jazz team with quite a bit of talent. The team was led by Xavier Moon, and all the starters, players the Clippers have invested interest in, all had their flashes. Which shined more than others? Plus the guys end the pod talking about the new In-Season Tournament
7/9/20231 hour, 1 minute, 47 seconds
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Mason Plumlee Returns, 2023 Summer League Preview

Lucas, Rob, and Shap get together to talk a little about the return of Mason Plumlee on a nice 1 year 5 million dollar deal. After that, the guys dive into the Summer League Roster with games just days away, ranging from recent Clipper draftees like Kobe Brown, Jordan Miller, Moussa Diabate, and Jason Preston to standout international players like Matt Morgan.
7/4/202347 minutes, 47 seconds
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Clippers Bring Back Russell Westbrook, and Trade for Kenyon Martin Jr

Rob and Shap give you another episode as the Clippers made some moves today, bringing back Russell Westbrook and trading two second rounders for athlete KJ Martin. What does Westbrook's return mean for the rotation and how could that change with James Harden possibly joining the team in the future? Should KJ Martin start on the Clippers as is?
7/2/202331 minutes, 34 seconds
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Damian Lillard (Finally) Demands Trade

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom discuss Damian Lillard's trade demand, potential landing spots for the future hall of fame guard, and three-team deals that could land the LA Clippers Lillard or James Harden.
7/1/202339 minutes, 1 second
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Clippers Pursue Harden as Free Agency Looms

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom discuss the explosion of rumors and reports connecting the Clippers to Sixers star guard James Harden, what trade packages could look like, who other suitors could be, and how the Clippers move forward with their off-season if they pull off the deal.
6/30/20231 hour, 6 minutes, 43 seconds
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Eric Gordon Gone, James Harden Homecoming?

Lucas and Shap talk about the mildly surprising waiving of Eric Gordon, and the ripple effect it has to the Clippers' young guards. Plus, the guys chat about the James Harden rumors, and why it's a bit early to write off this offseason as a failure.
6/29/202331 minutes, 39 seconds
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George Rumors Continue, Player Option Deadlines, & Free Agency Looming

Lucas, Rob, and Shap get together to talk a bit about those continued Paul George rumors, and where we are on his future with the Clippers. The guys also talk about Option deadlines involving Eric Gordon, Brandon Boston Jr, and Jason Preston, and how minute allocation and the mentality behind it has affected these players and players beyond it.
6/26/20231 hour, 7 minutes, 24 seconds
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Clippers 2023 Draft Recap: Old Team Adds Old Rookies

Lucas, Rob, and Shap talk about the Clippers Draft, selecting Kobe Brown at 30 and then Jordan Miller at 48. What do the guys think about these possibly ready-made rookies and their ability to contribute to the 213 era? Will that era even totally last with these Paul George rumors? Where does this tricky roster construction go next to improve?
6/23/202339 minutes, 38 seconds
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Brogdon deal likely on eve of draft

Lucas Hann and Robert Flom discuss the seemingly-impending 3-team trade to bring Malcolm Brogdon to Los Angeles, as the NBA Draft looms tomorrow.
6/21/202348 minutes, 2 seconds
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2023 Draft Prospects + PG Trade Rumors

Robert Flom and Cole Huff are back to talk about the 2023 NBA Draft and some prospects they like... but midway through the pod, a breaking report from Marc Stein on Paul George trade rumors becomes the focus of discussion.
6/21/202349 minutes, 36 seconds
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Beal to the Suns, Paul to the Clips? Lou Williams Announces Retirement

Rob and Shap talk about the pending Bradley Beal to the Suns deal and how it might affect the Clippers, particularly with the possibility of a Chris Paul reunion to the Clippers as a third team. Would it be a good move for LAC? How does it affect Russell Westbrook? Can LAC get other players as well from the Wizards? The guys then close reminiscing about the now retired Lou Williams, a Clipper great.
6/19/202349 minutes, 38 seconds
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Finals Talk, CP3 Rumors, 22-23 Exit Interviews: Kawhi, PG, & Moussa

Rob and Shap chat about the Finals and how it reflects on the Clippers, Chris Paul and his possible fit, and then finish up the Exit Interview Series. Today the guys focus on a mostly encouraging Kawhi Leonard season, a Paul George year filled with as much off court stuff as on, and finish up touching a little bit on Moussa Diabete's potential.
6/12/20231 hour, 5 minutes, 19 seconds
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Coaching Carousel, 22-23 Exit Interviews: Zu, Mason, Moses, Bones, BBJR

Lucas, Rob, and Shap chat about all the changes in coaching around the league and how it could affect the Clippers. Then, the trio return to their Exit Interview Series, focusing on steady Ivica Zubac, quality backup Mason Plumlee, potential-filled Bones Hyland, slow-footed Moses Brown, and shoot-first Brandon Boston Jr.
6/5/20231 hour, 16 minutes, 51 seconds
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Game 6 Celts/Heat Reaction, 22-23 Exit Interviews: Russ, Nico, & Amir

Rob and Shap chat about the incredible Game 6 between Boston and Miami, before continuing their Exit Interview series. Today they chat about the mercurial Russell Westbrook, do-it-all utility player Nicolas Batum, and underused Amir Coffey.
5/28/202359 minutes, 13 seconds
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Portland/Phoenix Rumbling, 22-23 Exit Interviews: Terance, RoCo, & Mook

Rob, Shap, and Justin (@laclippersfilm) talk a bit about the trade pieces in Phoenix and Portland and how it might pertain to the Clippers. Then the fellas get back to the Exit Interview Series, this time detailing crucial Clipper Terance Mann and PF logjam participants Marcus Morris Sr. and Robert Covington.
5/23/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 57 seconds
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Suns Eye Ty Lue, 22-23 Exit Interviews: Norm & Eric Gordon

Lucas, Rob, and Shap get together to talk about the Suns' pursuit of Ty Lue before talking in depth about a couple of very similar role players in the Exit Interview Series: Norman Powell and Eric Gordon. How valuable is Norm to the Clippers present and future. Should Eric Gordon be a Clipper next season, and what to do about guaranteeing his money in July?
5/16/202351 minutes, 28 seconds
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22-23 Exit Interviews: Reggie, Luke, John Wall, Preston, & Moon

Lucas, Rob, and Shap start their Exit Interview Series with a bunch of guards. The guys first talk a little bit about the ongoing playoffs before diving in their thoughts about guards that are no longer on the team in fan favorite Reggie Jackson, sniper Luke Kennard, and bust John Wall. The guys then finish off talking about the futures of G-League standouts Xavier Moon and Jason Preston.
5/8/20231 hour, 8 minutes, 56 seconds
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Lawrence Frank Presser, Kawhi Injury Update, and the Summer Ahead

Lucas, Rob, and Shap have had a little bit of time to take in the Clippers' first round loss to the Phoenix Suns, and now are left to process the offseason. The guys also talk about Lawrence Frank's presser with the media, Kawhi's meniscus injury reveal, and start to piece together what the team needs to do next going into a summer with a lot of questions.
5/1/202354 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Clippers Never Stop Fighting in Season Ending Loss

Lucas, Shap, and Justin (@laclippersfilm) get together after the Clippers' season comes to an end 136-130 to a brilliant Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns. The Clippers got solid performances up and down the roster, but could not overcome Phoenix's top end talent without their superstar, and another season ends with a wonder of what could have been and questions looming this summer. How did the guys feel about the game, the playoffs, and briefly, the whole season?
4/26/202338 minutes, 18 seconds
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Talking Suns with Dave King

Dave King from Bright Side of the Sun joins Lucas Hann to discuss the Suns perspective on their first round series against the LA Clippers.
4/24/202348 minutes, 12 seconds
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Russ Shines but Clips Fall Again, Down 3-1

Lucas, Rob, and Shap chat after the Clippers lost 112-100 to the Phoenix Suns without Paul George and Kawhi Leonard. Russell Westbrook did with 37/6/4, but the talent disadvantage as well as some questionable rotations left the Clips in a hole they could not get out of. What to do before Game 5?
4/22/202337 minutes, 22 seconds
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Clips Lose Kawhi, Then Lose to Suns Despite Norm's Career Night

Lucas, Shap, and Cole (@colehoops) recap another traumatic day for Clipper fans, first talking about the sudden scratch of Kawhi Leonard due to a knee sprain, then talk about a game that was just out of reach despite the talent gap to Phoenix, and despite a massive free throw disparity in the second half. Norman Powell did all he could and Russell Westbrook shined in the second half, but the game was never quite there. The guys then look at some adjustments before thinking about the rest of this series.
4/21/202355 minutes, 25 seconds
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Law Murray on Clippers-Suns Series

Rob is back with Law Murray of the Athletic to discuss the Clippers-Suns series after two games - what the rotations have looked like, what the Clippers need to be better at, and potential adjustments going forward.
4/20/202357 minutes, 55 seconds
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Kawhi and Russ Hang Tight But Slip Late, Split in PHX 1-1

Lucas, Shap, and Jamal (@JamCristopher) chat after a valiant effort from the Clippers comes up short 123-109. Kawhi Leonard and Russell Westbrook both played well but had little support offensively while Devin Booker had himself a night with 38 points. Still, there were generally encouraging signs coming out of Phoenix, as the Clips take homecourt to LA with a chance to do some real damage, even without the recovering Paul George.
4/19/202354 minutes, 44 seconds
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Preparing for Clips-Suns Game 2

Rob, Jag, and Justin (LA Clippers Film on Twitter) are back to unpack more insights from the Clippers' Game 1 victory over the Suns, discuss potential adjustments for Game 2, and debate paths for the Clippers to win the series.
4/18/202345 minutes, 20 seconds
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Another Playoff Stunner in Phoenix

Lucas, Rob, and Shap get together to chat about a huge opening win as the Clippers upset the Suns 115-110 in a game that featured what felt like everything the Clippers had in their bag. The defense was crisp, the Suns tried to figure out their rotations in real time, Kawhi was brilliant, Zu was steady, and Russ came up big late. There's so much to talk about in this crucial W, and so much to look forward to the rest of this series.
4/17/202355 minutes, 36 seconds
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One Day Left, Game 1 Preview Clips vs. Suns

Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), & Jamal (@JamCristopher) have one more pod of previewing before we get the show on the road. The crew talk about Kawhi Leonard's tough road to success, the Clippers "bench advantage," the difficulty guarding the dynamic Suns, and the margins that need to click to keep the Clippers in this series.
4/15/20231 hour, 10 minutes, 38 seconds
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Gerald Bourguet and Tomer Azarly Break Down Clippers vs Suns

213Hoops' Lucas Hann is joined by Phoenix Suns beat writer Gerald Bourquet of PHNX and Clippers beat writer Tomer Azarly of ClutchPoints to preview the key storylines and themes heading into the first round playoff series between the two teams.
4/13/20231 hour, 10 minutes, 43 seconds
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Clippers vs. Suns Series Preview

Rob, Shap, and Cole (@colehoops) get together to finally look ahead at the big opponent coming up: The Phoenix Suns. The Clippers have a rematch with the Valley a couple years after a heartbreaking series loss, and the Suns have reinforcements. How do the crew think the offense, already missing Paul George (for now) will hold up against a solid defense? Can LAC slow down the Midrange Mafia? Who's the X-Factor? Will Paul George return? And of course, predictions.
4/11/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 59 seconds
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Kawhi Closes and Clips Clinch 5th, Phoenix Bound

Lucas, Rob, and Shap get together after a stressful few hours scoreboard watching and Clippers watching, as the Clips close out a ragtag Suns bunch 119-114 to finish in 5th, to setup a matchup with the Suns. The guys hand out medals, talk about the experience with watching the standings, and touch on the some expectations with the Suns based on how this Clipper season has gone so far.
4/9/202351 minutes, 30 seconds
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Clippers Sweep Lakers, Set Course for Playoffs

The Clippers secured a crucial victory over their local rivals, the LA Lakers--their 11th straight victory head-to-head, breaking a tie in the standings that sees the Clippers well on their way to a playoff berth. Lucas Hann, Jamal Christopher, and Cole Huff discuss.
4/6/202348 minutes, 3 seconds
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The Calm Before the Storm

Lucas, Rob, & Shap get together on an off day to take a look at the wild standings out West with only 3 games left in the Clipper season. The trio talk about preferred seedings, predictions, and also spend a bit of time talking about the new CBA that's been talked about recently.
4/4/202342 minutes, 18 seconds
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Clips Leave New Orleans an April Fool

Rob and Shap chat over another huge standings loss, as LAC loses to Brandon Ingram and the Pels 122-114 in New Orleans. Kawhi had 40, and Russ had 19 of his 24 in the first half, but the Clips could not keep up in the 4th quarter to go blow for blow with NOP. Next up is a long look at the standings.
4/2/202335 minutes, 30 seconds
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Clips Beat Grizz Behind Russ, RoCo, Bones

Rob and Shap discuss the Clippers' 141-132 win over the Grizzlies without Kawhi Leonard or Paul George, one of their best, most fun, and most important wins of the season. The guys give out their medals, discuss how Ty Lue might balance a still-crowded rotation, and heap praise on the player of the game, Russell Westbrook, who had 36 points and 10 assists.
3/30/202337 minutes, 43 seconds
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Batum Starts, Hits 8 Threes as Clippers Bounce Bulls

Lucas Hann, Jamal Christopher, and Justin Wilson discuss Nico Batum replacing Marcus Morris in the starting lineup, other Clipper rotation questions, a big win over the Chicago Bulls, and the Western Conference playoff race in this episode of The Lob, The Jam, The Podcast.
3/28/202356 minutes, 17 seconds
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Clippers Sleepwalk Through Another Loss at Home

Rob, Shap, and Cole (@colehoops) talk about another bad loss in the books, 131-110 where the Clippers did not really have any standout performances, and Kawhi finished the game in the locker room after a facial contusion. The Clippers continue their disappointing year with befuddling rotations, but are the guys still finding reasons to be positive about a possible run to close the year going into the playoffs?
3/26/202345 minutes, 30 seconds
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Kawhi and the Bench Bury OKC, PG Update

Lucas and Shap talk about a big win 127-105 vs. OKC behind hot shooting for the Clips, lead by their leader Kawhi Leonard and closed by the bench. The guys hand out some medals, talk about how the rotations have hampered the Clippers, and also talk a bit about the Paul George MRI update with some thoughts on his possible return.
3/24/202344 minutes, 1 second
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Clippers Lose George, Game to Thunder

The Clippers lost their game to the Oklahoma City Thunder tonight, but worse, they lost Paul George to a knee injury of unknown severity. Lucas Hann, Cole Huff, and Justin Wilson discuss.
3/22/202339 minutes, 14 seconds
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Clips Bounce Back in POR, with Shai Next Up

Rob, Shap, and Jag (@Mjags24) recap a breezy win in Portland against a bad Blazers team missing their best defender. The crew hand out some medals, talk about some weird rotation trends, discuss the Russ numbers and Paul George's recent second half aggression. To close the guys look at the standings and huge games coming up against the not-so-far-behind Thunder.
3/20/202342 minutes, 56 seconds
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Clips Survive Steph Shootout in in Huge Standings Win

In Episode 500, Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), & Jamal (@JamCristopher) chop it up after arguably the biggest win of the season. The Clippers survived 50 points from Steph Curry, thanks to great contributions across their roster, highlighted by Kawhi, Zu, Paul George, & all the small guards. With the team taking more control of the 5th seed, is it time to wonder if they're getting it together for a real run?
3/16/202347 minutes, 53 seconds
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Hope for the Surging Clippers in a Shaky Western Conference?

Lucas, Rob, and Shap get together during this long off period for the Clippers to take a look at the squad after some wins. Is LAC fixing their internal issues while every other Western Conference team seems to be adding them? Have the rotations been making more sense? What about all those Advanced Stats skewing towards Russell Westbrook rather than away from him? Basketball never sleeps and neither does the crew!
3/14/202352 minutes, 17 seconds
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Clippers Capsize Knicks, Keep Winning Streak Afloat

The LA Clippers ground out a home win against the shorthanded New York Knicks to win their third straight game. Lucas Hann and Cole Huff discuss.
3/12/202339 minutes, 50 seconds
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Two Wins in a Row is a Streak, Right?

Shap, Justin (@laclippersfilm), & Jamal (@JamCristopher) chop up a second Clipper win in a row against the Raptors, in a game where the defense held a team to only 100 points. The guys hand out medals, talk about the closing unit that ended the game, Westbrook's impact on the team, & why Kawhi Leonard makes it tough to count this team out.
3/9/202348 minutes, 1 second
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Clippers Win and in the Weirdest Way

Lucas, Shap, & Jag (@Mjags24) talk about just a strange game, where the Clippers fell behind by 15 to start the 4th to a depleted Memphis team, but stormed back behind the superstar efforts of Paul George and Kawhi Leonard. The win streak is over, but did we learn much new about the team? Does it make the challenge ahead seem lighter? Come join us recapping just a weird game in a weird season.
3/6/202331 minutes, 38 seconds
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Hello, Darkness, My Old Friend...

It's officially a 5-game losing streak, and Lucas Hann and Robert Flom try to pick up the pieces and figure out where the LA Clippers go from here.
3/4/202345 minutes, 53 seconds
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Clippers Sink to Sixth with Third Straight Loss

Lucas Hann and Mike Jaglin break down the Clippers' third consecutive loss out of the All-Star Break.
3/1/202338 minutes, 22 seconds
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Another OT Loss in DEN as Ty Continues to Tinker

Lucas & Shap get together after another deflating OT loss, this time to the West's best Denver Nuggets 134-124. There were some adjustments in the rotation, some good, some not so good, as LAC did well catching stride in the 4th only to run out of gas in the extra session. What did we think about the minutes with the role players. And how about how the stars have played between a surging Kawhi Leonard and an up-and-down Paul George?
2/27/202332 minutes, 25 seconds
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Clippers Lose 176-175 to Kings in Double OT

The Clippers lost to the Kings 176-175 in double overtime in Russell Westbrooks' Clippers' debut in one of the most fun NBA regular season games you will ever see. Shap and Rob are here to discuss Russ's encouraging play, Ty's immediate overplaying of him at the expense of Terance Mann, and the continued reliance on ineffective small-ball units, as well as lavish praise on Kawhi Leonard.
2/25/202343 minutes