LAO investigates: Report from the baseline

The Clipset dropped another one last night and their record now stands at 10 wins, 11 losses. It is the first time in over a year that the Clips have been under the .500 mark.

Citizens of Clipper Nation know that something isn't right. Yesterday I headed to Staples to try and figure out what is going on. LAO talked exclusively with the #1 authority on the Clippers, "Clipper" Darrell Bailey. Watch the video to find out who he is, then read about why he's currently in the Clippers MVP spotlight:

LAO contributors unite: New LAT Clippers blogger and my fellow LAO contributor Bob Baker was at the game. Here's his take from what he calls desolation row, AND some bonus footage of our pregame chat:


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