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Guess Who’s Back, Back Again?


After spending four days in the Developmental League, Eric Bledsoe has been recalled to his LA Clippers home this morning. He will rejoin the team today and is eligible for his first game action of the season against the Denver Nuggets. It is still a very crowded backcourt situation for Bledsoe, who has to compete against a number of top players in front of him, but at least he has returned to the top level. Last season saw Bledsoe produce some good numbers and look quite impressive in limited starting duty, and now with the injury behind him, here is hoping he makes another progression forward beginning today. Time for Eric to get sh*t right.

Article written by Matt Jones

9 Comments for Guess Who’s Back, Back Again?

  1. Nike Elite Platinum Uniforms
    1:59 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    UConn wore my uniform today and lost at home to Notre Dame. Just sayin’.

  2. cracka
    2:06 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    i mean 2-5 in their last 7

  3. Cat fan
    2:12 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    Bledsoe is a beast. Best of luck back in LA!

  4. Tennesse Wildcat
    2:30 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    It is my hope that Eric can highlight his game and get a shot with another team that is not as deep at the guard positions. Hopefully, he won’t end up like Joe Crawford, a capable NBA caliber player, without a team. Best of luck, Eric.

  5. tom5673
    2:35 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    amazing to think he’d be a junior on this team. and once again…he didn’t say “get sh*t right”. he said “get this sh*t rockin'”. there’s two syllables there. go back and listen and see what you all think.

  6. Siddartha
    2:44 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    Eric is too good with too much potential. If there’s no pt for him, somebody needs to be traded, even if its Eric. Otherwise its a stupid waste

  7. Ryan
    5:12 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    I will never forget that man’s dunk against Wake Forest in the NCAA Tournament. MF-ing beast!

  8. Sexy rely
    7:19 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    They never intended to keep him there. It was just a way to get him practice after recovering from surgery. I read somewhere that they had no practices scheduled due to games so that was the only way for him to get some playing time in.

  9. twnky
    7:31 pm January 29, 2012 Permalink

    ken is back….