Blake, CP3 Power Clippers
Blake Griffin and Chris Paul each score 26 points in the Clippers' 110-93 win over the Heat.
On a team still finding its way, Cavaliers coach David Blatt might have the most room to grow.
Thanks to new leadership, the Sacramento Kings matter in the NBA again, writes Patrick Redford.
The Heat are still trying to figure out who they are, writes Michael Wallace.
What's the root cause of the Clippers' sluggish start? Amin Elhassan points to the team's poor perimeter defense, and offers up in-house and external candidates who could offer assistance.
It's important to remember what happened in Auburn Hills on Nov. 19, 2004, writes Henry Abbott.
Tom Haberstroh writes why the Lakers are at their best when Kobe Bryant is on the sidelines. Nearly every member of Los Angeles sees improved offensive efficiency without Bryant on the floor.