It’s the Battle for LA… in Orlando! Brandon Marcus and Ethan Norof, the hosts of our very own Hoop Ball Clippers and Lakers shows, hit the mics together for this fun blended show!
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Recent reports indicate there may be some slight bumps on the road to a NBA restart. Brandon Marcus welcomes Chris Murch to the show to discuss social justice, restart issues and how soccer is pulling it off.
This week, Brandon Marcus welcomes Justin Wilson of LA Clippers Film to the show to discuss racism and what the last two weeks have meant to him, what the NBA’s return means for the Clippers, if the Lakers or Clippers have the advantage on a neutral court and whether this title would come with an asterisk.
It’s ClippersCast time! Brandon Marcus is joined by Clippers Voice Brian Sieman for a chat about broadcasting, what’s it like to be on the call for a big comeback, the importance of both LA basketball teams being good and The Last Dance!
Jason Schwartz and Brandon Marcus chat about Steve Ballmer’s acquisition of the Forum and what it means for the future of the Forum, sports and music in the LA area and what advantages the Clippers will have playing in their own arena.
We’re back, friends! Brandon Marcus welcomes Andrew Greif of the LA Times to talk about the season in limbo, whether the layoff helps or hurts the team and the most memorable games in Clippers history.
Brandon Marcus and Corban Ford recap the Clippers loss to the Lakers and discuss what went wrong for the Clippers and what went right for the Lakers.
Brandon Marcus is joined by Adam Spolane of Houston’s Sports Radio 610. They recap last night’s Clippers win over the Rockets, how Zubac shined against Houston’s small-ball lineup and how much better Harrell looks from his time with Houston.
What a show! Oklahoma City Thunder TV voice Chris Fisher joins Brandon Marcus to preview the Clips-Thunder showdown and reflect on some former Clippers thriving in OKC.
Corban Ford takes over today’s Clips pod. He talks the Clippers recent loss to the Kings, glances over the Grizzlies matchup, and looks ahead with the schedule forecast.
Brandon Marcus takes a look at where the Clippers are in the standings, why the second half schedule is in their favor and also discuss why Reggie Jackson makes a lot of sense for the Clippers.
Adam Ausland joins Brandon Marcus to discuss the Clippers loss to the 76ers, the Trez vs Zubac debate, which players should be closing out games and where the team stands heading into the All-Star Break.
Los Angeles Times Clippers reporter Andrew Greif joins Brandon Marcus for a little Clippers trade deadline look-ahead! Plus, Kawhi and PG are playing together (finally) – what does that mean for the next few weeks?