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    Winning requires sacrifice. Every player SAYS they want to win. But very few make the necessary sacrifices to win. – Doc Rivers

Doc Rivers
Club
LA Clippers
Nationality
Date Of Birth
Position
Manager
  • @LAClippers: Doc Rivers gives his thoughts on the versatility of the roster & player rotations after practice. https://t.co/BoFDxnYKsB

  • @BrasilClippers: MVP: Blake Griffin MIP: Austin Rivers ROY: Miles teodosic COY: Doc Rivers 6th man: Lou Williams DPOY: DeAndre Jordan se…

  • Doc Rivers gives his thoughts on the versatility of the roster & player rotations after practice. https://t.co/BoFDxnYKsB
    16 Oct @ 8PM

  • Doc Rivers addresses the media following last night's preseason finale. ?? https://t.co/BBGFRwC26o
    14 Oct @ 5PM

  • Didn't know that Doc Rivers was about that life! ???? #ClipCityChipCityCripCity https://t.co/RzyFFHDPQC
    14 Oct @ 4AM

  • (1987) Happy birthday to Doc Rivers! ?? https://t.co/66TGqGGyBV
    14 Oct @ 1AM

  • ?? to the former NBA All-Star, Coach of the Year & Champion with a bad temper, Glenn Anton "Doc" Rivers! https://t.co/mMKOBt
    13 Oct @ 10PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Report: Clippers reach deal with Michael Winger to be new GM

    Former Oklahoma City Thunder assistant GM Michael Winger is about to take over as the general manager of the Los Angeles Clippers. Oklahoma City Thunder executive Michael Winger has reached an agreement in principle to become the general manager of the LA Clippers, league sources told ESPN on Wednesday. Doc Rivers is no longer the guy with the hammer in Los Angeles, he will just be coaching the Clippers (and still getting $10 million a year paychecks, in case you think he’ll just walk away).
    24 Aug @ 5AM

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  • Report: Clippers hiring ex-Cavaliers executive Trent Redden

    The power dynamics within the Clippers are shifting, and the ground apparently hasn’t settled yet. Doc Rivers has been stripped of his presidency. Jerry West became a consultant. Lawrence Frank now holds the most prestigious title in the front office
    23 Aug @ 8PM

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  • Report: Clippers to offer GM job to Thunder assistant Michael Winger

    Doc Rivers no longer has the hammer on trades and player moves in Los Angeles, that has been wisely handed over to Lawrence Frank, the team’s new president of basketball operations. Frank now has a new right-hand guy, one of the better respected, up-and-coming front office people in the league, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The LA Clippers have offered Oklahoma City Thunder executive Michael Winger its general manager’s job, league sources told ESPN.
    20 Aug @ 6PM

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  • Rivers will only coach Clippers; Frank to run front office

    Doc Rivers is losing his dual roles with the Los Angeles Clippers, keeping his position as coach while Lawrence Frank takes over Rivers' responsibility for basketball operations. The team announced the changes Friday, saying the moves are "aimed at bringing the team to a new level of excellence by creating separate roles." The team says the change came as a result of discussions between Rivers and owner Steve Ballmer. Rivers and Frank will be equals in the Clippers' power structure, with each reporting directly to Ballmer.
    6 Aug @ 5AM

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  • Clippers coach Doc Rivers no longer in charge of basketball operations

    Doc Rivers will no longer be in charge of both the team on the court and the front office. Los Angeles Clippers head coach and president of basketball operations Doc Rivers is losing one of his titles. According to Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, via ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and later confirmed by the team, Rivers will still have a say in front office and personnel matters, but he will cede control of basketball operations to Lawrence Frank, who moved to the front office as the team’s vice president of basketball ops in 2016.
    5 Aug @ 10AM

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