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Landry Shamet led all rookies in 3P% and finished 4th on the all-time rookie 3P leaderboard!
@landryshamet’s rookie season: ▪️Led rookies in 3P% ▪️4th most 3PM in @NBA rookie history ▪️Franchise rookie record for most 3PM in a game ▪️Started 23 of 25 regular season games and all 6 playoff games as a Clipper ▪️All-Rookie Second Team
@shai’s had quite the year. ? June 21: Drafted 11th overall ? Oct. 17: @nba debut ? Nov. 5: First start ? Feb. 15: Rising Star at #NBAAllStar Weekend ? Apr. 21: Career-high 25 points. On the road. In his first playoff series. ? May 21: All-Rookie Second Team
Grab ya popcorn ?| ⏮ The Best of @trezz24
That’s our coach! Congrats to @docrivers on being selected as a Coach of the Year finalist!
Pick your poison. @louwillvilleand @trezz24 are officially #KiaSixth Man Award finalists!
Your sixth man’s favorite sixth man.
? ??? ????? ?????? ??? ????: “It wasn’t long into the season that I learned where to point the camera after a big play. If I wanted to capture an emotional reaction, I knew to seek out Pat Bev or Trezz. This moment was one of those rare instances in which I happened to be in the right place at the right time. This shot essentially fell in my lap, or more accurately, the camera fell into Trezz’s. I happened to be experimenting with some floor-level shots by using the camera’s tilting viewfinder when Trezz came barreling down the lane, drew contact, and converted the and-one before tumbling to the floor and letting out one of his signature howls. The unique angle, raw emotion, and contrast between Trezz’s celebration and Giannis Antetokounmpo’s disbelief were all the ingredients necessary for a great shot. Not only did this moment come in crunch time during an important early-season win — against the team that finished with the best record in the league — it served as an indicator of what was to come from this group.” — @tommyzweibel, LA Clippers Photographer
When The Logo speaks, everyone listens.@landryshamet shares the advice he received from Jerry West at last year’s #NBACombine.
Big plays from the big fella.
Down 28. At TD Garden. Four new faces. Optimal conditions for the biggest regular season comeback in franchise history.
You know what they say about shooters…
? ??? ????? ?????? ??? ????: “As a content team, we prepare as much as possible for milestone moments, creating graphics, copy, and shot lists days in advance so that we can react in near-real time. The aftermath, however, is unpredictable and we need to be on our toes so that we don’t miss a pivotal shot. We are privileged to be embedded with the team—this type of access has allowed us to capture locker room moments to share with our fans. Following a victory against Boston in March, when Lou Williams became the NBA’s all-time leading bench scorer, Doc passed the game ball around the room, allowing the entire team to be a part of the moment. Lou then began to sign his game jersey, for what purpose was unclear. Perhaps to certify this moment for framing, or maybe a lucky fan was about to receive a memento from his historic career…. As Lou made his way from the locker room, our lead video producer, @_andrerobinson, and I trailed him into the hallway making sure we’d capture whatever was about to transpire. We didn’t come to find a basketball fan greeting an NBA star, but instead a mother who had traveled across the country to embrace her son and share a moment they’ll never forget.” — @tommyzweibel, LA Clippers Photographer ????? ??????’? ???, #?????????????!
A Clipper icon. @ralph’s final season was special.
Some sen-SHAI-tional plays by the rookie. | ⏮ The Best of @shai