1. Putting an End To the Camby Trade Madness

    Should I stay or should I go? The Clash's 1981 hit is the Clippers' 2009 predicament. Having travelled down a long and lonely road for years, decades, the Clippers find themselves at a fork...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about over 4 years ago 288 reads 4 comments

  2. Los Angeles Clippers Win Over the Celtics Was More Than Just a "W"

    Back when Joe Torre was guiding the baseball team from New York to all those championships, there was one team his squad just couldn't seem to handle...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about over 4 years ago 306 reads 13 comments

  3. One Basketbal Fan's Painful Admission About the Triangle Offense

    As a kid I hated onions. Now, to the dismay of those unfortunate enough to be within sniffing distance of me after lunch, I love them. Never cared for school when I was forced to attend...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about over 4 years ago 495 reads 12 comments

  4. Angels Baseball: Order Is Seemingly Restored and a Plan Comes into Sight

    Angel management used to be very forthcoming with fans in the past. Whether it was real or imagined we fans always felt as if we understood the direction the team was going...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about over 4 years ago 415 reads 8 comments

  5. NBA Random Thoughts: Talk of Teeth, Politics, and Twitter Rule the NBA Week

    No such thing as a boring week in the NBA. Dirk's new teeth It's a wonder it doesn't happen more often. Nowitzki drives to the hoop with elbows and legs flying. Carl Landry sets to take the charge...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about over 4 years ago 145 reads 0 comments

  6. Forget Stars, Dance With the Los Angeles Clippers!

    I was born in Argentina, the birthplace of the tango. The tango is an amazing, sexual, provocative, difficult, and intense dance that you can't stop watching when a couple does it right...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about over 4 years ago 90 reads 7 comments

  7. With Darren Oliver Now Gone, Do the Angels Really Have a Plan?

    So, let me get this straight. Your team's spark-club and legitimate stolen-base threat—gone. Arguably, the club's best starting pitcher and Game Seven starter in 2002—gone...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about over 4 years ago 257 reads 2 comments

  8. Los Angeles Clippers: Poised To Open Eyes and Change Perspectives

    There are certain phrases or sentences in life that you say because they are now true but they seem odd to utter because they don't fit the normal pattern you have always been so used to...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 150 reads 0 comments

  9. L.A.Clippers: Little Fish in Crowded Pond, Look for Road Redemption

    The age old question asks if a tree falls in a forest and no one is there to hear it, did it make a sound? That philosophical riddle raised questions regarding observation and knowledge of reality for centuries...

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  10. Tiger Woods: The End Draws Near

    A wild tiger has one main predator: humans. The human Tiger continues to lose a battle against the same enemy in terms of public opinion. In the blink of an eye Tiger went from revered to repulsive...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 986 reads 4 comments

  11. Clippers Continue To Slip and Slide as They Struggle Through Mediocrity

    "Mediocre" is defined by Webster's Dictionary as "moderate to inferior in quality; of no exceptional quality or ability; poor to middling in quality." The NBA definition this year is much shorter and concise: "Los Angeles Clippers...

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  12. No Figgins, Guerrero, or Lackey for Angels in 2010: Arte Moreno Fooled Us All

    Arte Moreno had us all fooled. Thanks to the free agent signings, the stadium improvements, and the winning ball club, we all thought Anaheim was a big market city. We loved the atmosphere at Angel Stadium, the rally monkey, and the perennial winner...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 1,363 reads 13 comments

  13. Why Tiger Woods Continues to Be Good For the Game of Golf

    I love the serenity that playing a round of golf brings. The smell of the grass, the swish of the club, and the sound of contact with the ball is an aphrodisiac that I enjoy...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 154 reads 0 comments

  14. Ranking Todays NBA Ninja Assassins

    I am the featured columnist for the Los Angeles Clippers. (Waiting for laughter to die down) Done yet? No? Ok, take your time. (Waiting for the last chuckle to subside.) I understand; I'm used to it...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 505 reads 7 comments

  15. Los Angeles Clippers Take a Swing at Respectablity and Miss—Again

    Larry Bird was a master of the "dagger three." It wasn't just that Bird would make the field goal from beyond the arc, it was when he made it...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  16. Bryant=Jordan and Jennings=Iverson: Who Is Your "Next"?

    I created a bit of a stir in the B/R community recently by having the audacity to suggest Kobe Bryant was not only the next Michael Jordan, but that he has surpassed him. At least through age 30...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 670 reads 24 comments

  17. The Tiger Snowball Rolls on With No Signs of Stopping

    Enough already.  Please. When word that Tiger Woods was in an accident and rushed to the hospital I text'd my wife about it...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 625 reads 0 comments

  18. Note From the Los Angeles Clippers: Free Agents Can Find A Home in L.A.

    When Donald Sterling bought the Clippers, then based in San Diego, there was a lot of speculation that a move to the then Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim was imminent...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 422 reads 0 comments

  19. What If Tim Donaghy Is Jose Canseco 2.0?

    What if Tim Donaghy is right? David Stern has been masterful in guiding the NBA. He is eloquent, funny, personable, and tough. Stern, as much as any player, executive, or owner, must get credit for the amazing success of the NBA...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  20. Farewell Figgy: Fret Not Angel Fan

    There are a few things in life that are inevitable but we must endure. Tax time, a flat tire, having to go to the DMV and watching your favorite team fall apart. The last one stinging worst of all...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 217 reads 2 comments

  21. NBA Random Thoughts: Week Ending Dec. 5, 2009

    Who needs reality television when you have the NBA? A week in the NBA is generally filled with drama, accusations, yelling and injuries...

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  22. The LA Clippers State of Address:Future Is Bright, Present Needs Griffin

    In life, one could argue, that its best to enjoy a middle-of-the-road existence.  Avoid the highs and lows that life brings...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 130 reads 2 comments

  23. Women in The NBA? In a Word, NO.

    "Stern sees women in the NBA some day, within 10 years." My first thought was to consider the angle on Howard's joke and why someone picked it up as a legitimate news story. Imagine my surprise when it was David not Howard who made the statement...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 492 reads 2 comments

  24. Time To Move Over MJ: Kobe Bryant Is The Best There Ever Was

    It's time we acknowledge the obvious. Kobe Bryant has surpassed Michael Jordan. It's time. For years we have been heralding the next great baller with whispers of "maybe he is the next Jordan...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 2,019 reads 91 comments

  25. NBA Random Thoughts: Lots Of Great Games On An NBA Fantastic Friday

    Ten games on tap tonight and several have some pretty interesting story lines and/or intriguing match ups. NBA League Pass anyone? Break up the Wolves! The 2-16 Timberwolves beat Denver then lost to Memphis by only two points...

    Jose Salviati Written by Jose Salviati about almost 5 years ago 203 reads 5 comments