Catching Up With DeAndre Jordan

I was able to catch up with the Los Angeles Clippers’ talented Center DeAndre Jordan following their 90-98 loss to the Wizards. Jordan, who set a new career high with 22 rebounds, talked about what prevented his team from winning the game. He also speculated on what could be the cause for his team’s three game losing streak to start their road trip. With several key players unavailable, Jordan assessed a few of his teammates performances as they filled in for the usual starters. Also, he talked about All-Star Weekend, who he would like to see participate, and who he believes should have been invited.

 

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In The Scrum With Eric Bledsoe

Clippers PG Eric Bledsoe spoke with the media after Monday’s loss to the Washington Wizards. With multiple key contributors out of the lineup, Bledsoe knew his teammates had to step up. The blossoming third year guard talked about what hurt his team down the stretch. Bledsoe also discussed what it’s like playing against his good friend from college, John Wall.

 

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Post Game: Randy Wittman

Following the Wizards 98-90 win over the Los Angeles Clippers, I managed to catch Randy Wittman’s post game press conference. Coach Wittman talked about his teams consistency, recent improvements, and what he’s been telling the team to motivate them before each game. The Wizards have won six of their last seven home games and have now defeated four division winners.

 

 

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In The Scrum With Jameer Nelson

Jameer Nelson spoke with media members following the Orlando Magic’s 91-120 loss to the Washington Wizards. Obviously disappointed in the game’s outcome, Nelson gave his opinion on what hurt his team tonight and how they can correct these issues from here on. The veteran point guard finished with great individual numbers, 19 points and 12 assists. The Magic will now turn their sites on the Indiana Pacers as they head home for a three game home stand.

 

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In The Scrum With John Wall

Wizards PG John Wall’s second game resulted in the another win. The team’s third straight win at home and second consecutive win over the Orlando Magic, a 120-91 win vs Magic. The Wizards are now 2-1 against the Magic this year but more importantly, they feel as though they’re beginning to gel. Wall’s return has given these players more confidence than they’ve had at any point this season. After scoring twelve points and handing out six assists, Wall talked with the media about his value to the team and what can be expected moving forward.

 

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