Checked out the blog and I had some technical difficulties with the second half posts last night, my apologies. I’m still learning Word Press and think I figured out what went wrong with the site.
What went wrong with the Clippers last night is probably an easier diagnosis. They’re a team that plays poorly on the road, they were playing a team with the second-best home record in the NBA and were playing short-handed, as Eric Gordon’s toe and Sebastian Telfair’s groin wouldn’t allow either to play last night.
Dunleavy is hopeful that Gordon will be able to play in the team’s next game, Sunday at the Washington Wizards. Telfair, who didn’t travel with the team, is scheduled to see a specialist today and is not likely to be available for Sunday’s game.
**Good read here, Chris Kaman talking to AOL Fanhouse’s Chris Tomasson about the All-Star selection process. While Kaman raises a good point and I have to hand it to him for going on the record to talk about what is undoubtedly on a lot of players’ minds, but it does have a sour grapes tone to the it.