Age: 26 Height: 6-9 Weight: 235 lbs School: Tennessee
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — As comfortable as Lou Williams is going to his left, so are the Los Angeles Clippers in the clutch. Even on the road, after blowing an 18-point lead. Tobias Harris made two free throws with 4.7 seconds left to close out a 27-point performance, and the Clippers held off the New Orleans
It was Clippers' Appreciation Hour on Monday afternoon when the NBA named Tobias Harris the Western Conference Player of the Month and Doc Rivers the Western Conference Coach of the Month for October and November. The honor was the 11th for Rivers, who is coaching his 20th season, and a first for
Read below for rest-of-season roto-league rankings and reaction. One player falls into the 30s. Another rises up into the 30s. That's how it goes in the ever-changing world of fantasy basketball. A sore knee has kept Victor Oladipo out of the lineup for the past seven games, and while Indiana'
DeAndre Jordan torched his former team for 16 points and a season-high 23 rebounds Sunday, and Dennis Smith Jr., who had a front tooth knocked out in the third quarter, came up with a game-saving block to allow host Dallas Mavericks to earn their seventh consecutive home victory, 114-110 over the Los Angeles Clippers. Jordan was pivotal in the victory, scoring on a late tip-in and then tipping and stealing a Lou Williams pass attempt with 19 seconds to go and Dallas trying to hold onto a 111-110 lead. After the Mavericks went ahead 112-110, the Clippers called timeout and went inside to Tobias Harris.
The Los Angeles Clippers built and blew several big leads while trying to extend their five-year winning streak in Sacramento. Each time they let one slip away, Tobias Harris or Montrezl Harrell were there to get Doc Rivers' team going again. Harris scored 28 points, Harrell added 24 and the Clippers beat the Kings 133-121 on Thursday night.