When Doc Rivers begged his All-Star player to NOT divorce them- PLEASE. DON’T- it was a bad look and a lie. The Sixers want to trade Ben Simmons badly. If only Simmons would cooperate.
Doc Rivers hasn’t won a title in 13 years. Is this his year?
In the latest iteration of why the Clippers failed, Doc Rivers blames his former players for not knowing their roles. He leaves himself out of the equation as if he had no responsibility. It sounds a lot like Paul George.
Doc Rivers couldn’t escape his record. Worst in NBA history at Game 7s. Not advancing to the NBA Finals had extreme consequences in the city of Los Angeles. It was a reminder. He couldn’t beat the Lakers when it mattered.
A wise man learns from others’ mistakes. An average man learns from his own mistakes. A fool never learns.
It’s been a sad and sorrowful week for Jeanie Buss, the Lakers organization, and the Clippers organization.
Doc Rivers hates the Lakers, as any Celtic would. Now he has to battle them in his own city. Whenever he can take a shot at them, he does.
With Lob City buried so deep into the ground the dirt is turning yellow, Doc Rivers is in a place he hasn’t been since he coached an unremarkable Orlando Magic team to 41-41 (1999-00) and they missed the playoffs on the last day of the season. Rivers has had better teams, better players, he has…
Stan Van Gundy and Doc Rivers were revered coaches in charge of personnel for their respective teams, the Pistons and Clippers. Both asserted their power as NBA intellects who mattered. Van Gundy appeared in the NBA Finals in 2009. One year earlier, Doc Rivers won the NBA Finals in 2008. Rivers appeared in the Finals…
You can sign a free agent contract for $171 million and be traded six months later. You can be serenaded and romanced as a Clippers for life and still be traded. You can be the franchise face and still be traded. The only way you cannot be traded is if you have a no-trade clause…