When the Clippers go up, it’s a win for everyone
The Clippers have had their fair share of ups and downs in recent years, but they’re still the team that could end up being the biggest surprise of the season.
They have a chance to repeat as champions.
If they do, they will take home a second title in three seasons.
The NBA is still a new thing for the Clippers, and while they haven’t won a title since the 2013-14 season, they have made a lot of progress.
This time around, however, they won’t be able to be as dominant as they were a year ago, but that won’t stop them from making a deep run.
The biggest question heading into the All-Star break is whether Blake Griffin will be able get his body healthy.
He missed the entire season because of a torn ACL.
The team was able to bring him back last week, but he hasn’t been 100 percent since then.
The Clippers have a great roster.
They drafted a solid big man in Paul, a good defensive big in Jamal Crawford, a young guard in D’Angelo Russell, a budding center in Jamal Murray, and a budding shooting guard in Chris Paul.
It’s a lot to expect from the Clippers when you’re looking at their roster this year.
But the fact that they’re finally healthy is going to help the Clippers get back on track.
This article has been updated to correct the pronunciation of Griffin’s last name.