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Where's the love for the Clippers

C'mon, people give the Clips their due they just made it 17 in a row. I know this board is full of Twolves fanboys that scream for respect everytime their team beat's a lowly team like the Suns. In all reality though, the Clips are playing the best ball in the league. They truly are a champion contender this season not only have they taken care of business at home but on the road too. Can't wait to see the Clips vs. W's game this week no question their toughest opponent yet of this streak should be good.


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their name is not the

their name is not the "Clippers", its "the other team from LA that plays in the staples center".

and if you don't think that's reasonable then YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH, that's a Jack Nicholson(Laker season ticket holder) reference from A Few Good Men.

I hope the "W's" beat the other team from LA that plays in the staples center, that way I can see you cry about it.

I need a nap.

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You need a VERY long nap and

You need a VERY long nap and a chill pill bro

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U mad?

U mad about the Lakers bro?

And thanks for informing us of what reference that was, didn't quite catch that one.

Clippers are by far the deepest team in the league which is great for the regular season. Their second team could beat a lot of teams on any given night. Ultimately Blake Griffin's game and/or offensive repertoire isn't there yet to be called on in when in matters to lead this team. CP3 is great but you need more than 1 superstar. Spurs, OKC, Memphis will all knock out the Clippers in a 7 game series. Vinny D doesn't help either.

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Vinny D is coaching fine, and

Vinny D is coaching fine, and they beat Memphis last year, so I don't know why you are making it seem like they have no shot to beat them.

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Stigma of being the Clippers

Stigma of being the Clippers I guess.

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Because they are the clippers

Because they are the clippers

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You know what was the

You know what was the strangest line in TEQU1LA's post, "[Warriors] game this week no question their toughest opponent yet" Now who honestly saw that coming this season. Haha Warriors already beat them once this year, and will be playing them 3 times in the next 3 weeks. I know the Warriors are going all out for Wednesday's game, especially marketing wise, giving a free t shirt to basically everyone for a white out effect, and its not even the playoffs yet.

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Neg me if you want

A 17 game winning streak is very impressive, don't get me wrong. But who is the last team they played where you thought "they may lose this". They have played 13 teams in the 17 game winning streak and only 4 of those teams are in playoff contention, including a Minnesota without Rubio or Love, Boston, Denver, and Chicago. You may have 2 or 3 all stars coming from these 13 teams. To be blunt, they really haven't played anybody serious in this winning streak. If they had OKC, New York, Miami, Atlanta and/or San Antonio in that winning streak, then I could see your argument. Wait and see how the Clippers look when they have these tougher games down the stretch. Their schedule hasn't been that tough yet.

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Dude, u might want to check

Dude, u might want to check that boxscore for the Wolves vs. Clippers game. K.Love did play and put up 19 pts against them. Anyhow, people fail to mention that the Clips beat the Spurs twice this season, Heat once, and Grizz twice too. Those are top 5 teams so don't discount this team only cuz of the opponent they face during this streak. They have done their job as Al Bundy once said "I'm not just beating them, I'm killing them."and that's what the Clips are doing to the opposing teams most nights. At the end of the day, the Clips are one of three teams in the history on the league to go undefeated an entire month, now that's deserves credibility. Haters will hate, so keep underestimating them once their in the finals they'll be the last laughing, go Clips.

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Assuming your a Clippers fan

I expect you to sound like this, but until they go deep into the playoffs, these wins don't mean anything more than a playoff seeding.

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It's great that the Clippers

It's great that the Clippers are on a big winning streak, but it's always best not to get too hyped about December NBA basketball...seeing as there is a lot of season left.

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They're schedule wasn't that

They're schedule wasn't that difficult the month of Dec, but it's still impressive that they didn't lose the entire month.

I hope they're still on this winning streak when they play the Lakers on the 4th.

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Well I am very happy for the

Well I am very happy for the Clippers and their fans who had to suffer through years and years of losing. They are the most exciting team in the NBA, and it gives a Raptor fan like me hope for the future lol.

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The Clippers beat the Jazz

The Clippers beat the Jazz twice, the Celtics, and Nuggets, but many were against bad teams like Phoenix, New Orleans, Sacramento, Detroit, and Charlotte.

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