After the game against Oklahoma City was over, Zubac had a game-high seven blocks to his credit. His performance with the Clippers thus far in the new season has been nothing short of spectacular. If his peculiar heave had connected, that streak would have appeared to be in much better shape. Even though this is an anomaly and not representative of the Clippers’ current offensive rating problem — which is the second-worst in the NBA — it is still a peculiar event that took place.
You know the awful feeling you get when you see someone doing something you know they shouldn’t be doing, don’t you? When Ivica Zubac, the center for the Los Angeles Clippers, made the decision to attempt a long-range shot against the Oklahoma City Thunder with more than eight seconds left in the first half, everyone in the arena undoubtedly felt the same way.
It is not cause for alarm if Kawhi Leonard spends the first few games of the season on the bench. It’s a well-known fact that Kawhi Leonard is currently putting the finishing touches on a hip-hop album that “people didn’t realize that they wanted.” Mark Jackson said that the Knicks would have beaten Michael Jordan’s Bulls if they hadn’t traded him for Doc Rivers before the game. Rivers is the current head coach of the Bulls.
Kyrie Irving’s name has been brought up in connection with the Los Angeles Lakers, but “no recognized teams” have expressed interest in a sign-and-trade involving him.
An explanation as to why a spectator was unable to pull themself away from the court during the Clippers vs. Timberwolves game that took place on Friday night