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Final Regular-Season Grades for Each LA Clippers Player in 2013

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Final Regular-Season Grades for Each LA Clippers Player in 2013
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How did Jamal Crawford and Eric Bledsoe fare this season?

Having finished the regular season with a Los Angeles Clippers’ franchise-best record of 56-26, it is time to give out grades to recognize the Clips that contributed to the organization over the course of the year. 

From the stellar leadership of Chris Paul to the continued budding development of Blake Griffin and Eric Bledsoe, Lob City has much to be excited for. However, not everything has been perfect in Clipper Country. 

Nagging injuries decimated much of Chauncey Billups' season, while Lamar Odom showed only brief flashes of brilliance in his second stint on L.A.’s other team. 

Players will not be graded against each other. For instance, Ryan Hollins will not be measured up against Chris Paul.  Criteria for evaluating each Clipper will be based off of individual performances as well impact relative to his entire career and ability to satisfy his role on the team.

 

All statistics used from NBA.com/Stats, ESPN.com and Basketball-Reference.com.

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