Bryan Starr

Bryan Starr is a Heavy contributor covering the NBA. Other interests include TV & film, politics and animals of all shapes and sizes.
  • Clippers’ Kennard Is Bringing Sexy Back to the Playoffs

    Never the most attention-grabbing player in L.A., Luke Kennard has turned heads of late with clutch shooting.

  • Flirting With Elimination, Clippers’ Mann & Beverley Slam Brakes on Suns Stars

  • Kawhi Knee Injury Alters Clippers Free-Agency as Analyst Tabs 4 Suitors

  • Clippers’ Beverley Draws Blood, Praise & An Angry Tweet From Damian Lillard

  • Clippers’ Rondo in for Bigger Role Against Booker-Led Suns

  • Once Again, Clippers’ Fortunes Rest on Stopping Young & Hungry NBA Star

    The Clippers find themselves in another playoff hole. And like in the past, digging out will require a change of plans.

  • Boogie Lands Offensive Punch, Struggles Defensively in Clippers-Suns Game 1

  • Clippers Feed off Calm, Crowd & Resiliency en Route to First-Ever WCF

  • D’Oh! Clippers — on Verge of History — Have Simpsons Creator’s Backing

  • After Historic Performance, SAS Gives Clippers’ George Nothing but ‘Love’

  • Clippers’ Morris Takes Hilarious Swipe at Utah Following Game 4 Win

    Morris should expect to hear it from Jazz fans in a crucial Game 5. Not that he'll care.

  • 30 Years After Tragedy, Clippers’ Batum Shines in New Postseason Role

  • Clippers’ Lue Turns up Dial on Mitchell in Crucial Game 3 Win

  • ‘3 Years Is a Long Time’: Ingles Downplays Rivalry With Clippers’ George

  • Legendary Clippers Announcer Lawler Sounds Off on Twitter

  • Clippers’ Cousins Shines in Limited Minutes, 2nd-Half No-Show Sparks Outrage

  • Paul George Set for Battle vs. Nemesis After Jazz Injury News

  • Analysts Sound Off on Clippers-Blazers Trade Speculation

  • ‘Locked and Loaded’: Clippers Get Massive Game 7 Boost From Young Guns

  • NBA Analyst Names Trail Blazers’ Lillard as Clippers’ Trade Target

    A trade for Lillard would certainly be exciting, but would it help the Clippers down the road?

  • Recurring Paul George Issue Torpedoes Clippers, Looms Large for Game 6 in Dallas

  • Surprising Playoff Starter Says Clippers Embracing ‘Villain’ Role

  • Barkley and SAS Slam Gavel on Clippers-Mavericks Series

  • Clippers’ Game 3 Win Snaps Dallas’ Amazing Season-Long Streak

  • The Hits Keep Coming: Clippers Big Man Ruled out for Game 3

    In a must-win Game 3, Clippers will have to make do without center Serge Ibaka

  • Mann Up: Desperate Clippers Could Turn to Rising Star for Playoff Boost

  • Backs Against the Wall, Disappointing Clippers Claim to Be Unconcerned

  • The Clippers May Deploy Not-So-Secret Weapon to Stop Doncic in Game 2

  • ‘Get to the Paint or Die Trying’: Clippers’ Lue Looks to Balance out Offense

  • Analyst & Former GM Weighs Clippers’ Chances vs Mavs, Slams Tanking

    The Athletic's John Hollinger likes how the Clippers stack up against the Mavericks, but suggests they could be their own worst enemy.