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Former Clippers tell it like it is about Doc and Austin Rivers

Last summer, a report came out indicating that Chris Paul was unhappy with how the Los Angeles Clippers were being run by coach and president of basketball operations… 651 more words


Doc Rivers never truly celebrated the 2008 title

ESPN’s Kevin Arnovitz takes a deep dive into Doc Rivers’ tenure in Los Angeles.

While it’s chock full of the mistakes (many), achievements (few) and personality clashes (tons), the main takeaway is that winning isn’t easy. 444 more words

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Doc Rivers Admits He 'Didn't Want To Be Here' Coaching The Clippers Last Season But 'Loves' The Job Now

Doc Rivers may be making his final appearance as the Clippers head coach on Wednesday night when they face the Lakers in the final battle for Staples Center of the season. 745 more words


Some NBA Executives Expect Doc Rivers And The Clippers To Part Ways 'Sooner Than Later'

The NBA coaching carousel figures to be extremely active this offseason as three teams have coaching vacancies to fill already and many more are expected to open in the near future. 354 more words

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Doc Rivers Says DeAndre Jordan Has Played With An Ankle Injury For A Month

The Los Angeles Clippers‘ postseason fate was sealed on Saturday afternoon, as the team’s 134-115 loss to the Denver Nuggets meant that they would miss out on the playoffs. 465 more words


Doc Rivers And Mark Jackson Reportedly Top The Knicks' Coaching Wish List

There doesn’t seem to be a clear-cut answer for who will be the next head coach of the New York Knicks. Most reports seem to indicate that Jeff Hornacek is something of a dead man walking, as the team’s current coach was a Phil Jackson hire who has butted heads with players during his time in charge. 315 more words


Paul Pierce is NOT Going to Be Happy With What Ray Allen Had to Say About Him

The Boston Globe – In an upcoming book, titled “From the Outside: My Journey through Life and the Game I Love,” the retired guard opens up about his relationships not only with the sport, but also with past teammates and coaches…“Allen also appreciated Garnett’s everlasting tenacity — an intangible trait that he felt didn’t necessarily light up the stat sheet. 604 more words