The 2022-23 NBA season promises to be very different for several teams coming off disappointing performances in recent seasons and thanks to the re
The 2022-23 NBA season promises to be very different for several teams coming off disappointing performances in recent seasons and thanks to the return of various figures, in addition to what ends up happening in the market.
This is the case of the Los Angeles Clippers, who last season could not count on Kawhi Leonard due to a serious knee injury and had regular casualties by Paul George, also due to physical problems. Despite this, they managed to get into the ‘play in’ tournament, with one of the deepest squads in the entire league.
Ty Lue and the Clippers will enter the 2022-23 season as one of the favorites to win it all 👀 pic.twitter.com/Vm1oMLSlrC
— Clippers Nation (@ClipperNationCP) June 29, 2022
His mark in the regular season was 42 wins and 40 losses, staying in eighth place in the Western Conference, but finally staying out of the postseason when they were eliminated defeated in the two games they played in the aforementioned ‘play-in’ .
It is not unreasonable to think that they will manage to finish at least over 50 wins in 2022-23, thus staying with at least the third or fourth position in the West and thus ensure a privileged place heading into the playoffs.
However, the possibility that if they remain healthy they could even fight for the lead, fighting with teams like Phoenix or Golden State, should not be ruled out, especially since players like Terrance Mann and Luke Kennard could be evolving from the hand of trainer Tyronn Lue.