Chris Paul Ignites “Real” Playoff Basketball

Chris Paul crossed over at the top of the three-point arc, took five aggressive dribbles, and attacked the right side of the lane. As the floater left his fingertips, there was no doubt over what the result would be. There was nothing the outstretched arms of Tony Allen and Darrell Arthur could do. The shot […]

The Daily Trojan NBA Playoff Preview

The NBA Playoffs are finally here, so I reached out to Daily Trojan sports editor and NBA diehard Alex Shultz to do a back-and-forth for this week’s Trojan Fix. This is a slightly edited transcript of a back-and-forth between the two of us that occurred during the last game of the regular season last Wednesday. […]

The Clippers flying under the radar

While the purple and gold have dominated the headlines this season, the red and blue have done something more important: win basketball games. The Los Angeles Clippers (49-26) are primed to win their first Pacific Division title and the most games in franchise history this season – the franchise record is 49 wins – but […]

Clippers owner casts sorry light on the industry

Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, is arguably one of the worst owners in professional sports. He has been (and still is) involved in countless discrimination lawsuits. He heckles his own players on the court and refused to pay for one of his longest-tenured assistant coach’s cancer treatments because they “didn’t fall under […]