Tag Archives: Chris Paul
The Peterson Principle: 5/5/14
The Lakers were nowhere to be seen. And although I’m not ready to abandon the Laker ship anytime soon (a fan for 40 years) I have to admire what the Clippers have accomplished.
The Peterson Principle: 4/28/14
And the Clippers thought it was hard to get free agents to sign before. They may never get another one after Donald Sterling’s latest comments. In fact they might have trouble signing draft picks. If nothing else this proves without a doubt that they are cursed. In the midst of potentially their greatest season ever, […]
The Peterson Principle: 4/7/14
In college football you don’t have to wait until late August to see the players in helmets and pads. They’re in full gear in April. And so it was at Azusa Pacific on Saturday. The Cougars are coming off a big year after they were moved up to D-2 and are expecting even bigger things […]
The Peterson Principle 5/6/13
It’s tough being a sports fan in Southern California these days. The Lakers and the Clippers finished off disappointing seasons by being bounced in the first round. Both Mike D’Antoni and Vinny Del Negro are in danger of losing their jobs.
The TEN: April 23, 2013
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN”)
The Peterson Principle 3/11/2013
For all of you Laker fans fans that are disappointed in Dwight Howard, just think, Andrew Bynum could still be at center. Or actually he wouldn’t be at center since he hasn’t played a game all year.
The TEN: 8/23/2012
(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)
The Peterson Principle 5/14/12
Ok so I missed one this weekend. I had the Lakers to win and the Clippers to lose. Didn’t everybody? Picking the Lakers to beat Denver was a no brainer. They were at home, Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum were due to bounce back from sub par games and they had the World Peace factor […]
The Peterson Principle 4/2/12
From the NBA to the NCAA to the MLB to the CIF and high school football…
The Peterson Principle 3/19/12
So for six months the NBA news revolves around Dwight Howard and it turns out he’s not going anywhere. Yes he’s arguably the best center in the league but he’s also the most indecisive. The latest news on Howard has him opening his own waffle house when he retires.