L.A. Clippers’ Lou Williams Names Son, Darrin Collison, and New Arena News

Updated: January 6, 2020
Lou Williams has won Sixth Man of the Year the last two years. He also won in 2015. He’s tied with Jamal Crawford for the most Sixth Man of the Year awards, three. At this point, thriving off the bench is William’s identity. The Clippers guard passed some of that onto his newborn son, Syx. This is the most interesting name for the child of an NBA player since Iman Shumpert named his daughter Iman Shumpert Jr. At least Williams didn’t name his son after a variation of the other number most closely associated with him – two. Read More
https://sports.yahoo.com/darren-collison-retirement-eyeing-return-to-nba-february-los-angeles-lakers-clippers-doc-rivers-playoff-run-224628853.htmlJust months after he announced his surprise retirement, Darren Collison is apparently ready to get back into the league. Collison is eyeing both the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers as his “preferred destinations,” according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Any return he does make, though, is “unlikely” to happen before the trade deadline on Feb. 6th Read More

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