Former Los Angeles Clippers players have been reacting to FX's new show Clipped. Chris Paul previously shared his thoughts on the show, which focuses on Donald Sterling's controversy when he was the owner of the team. JJ Redick and Jamal Crawford are the latest ex-members of the team to weigh in on Clipped.

Redick played for LA from 2013-2017. Crawford was a member of the team from 2012-2017. Both players were impactful for the mid-2010's Clippers.

Redick was one of the best three-point shooters in the league, while Crawford implemented a mixture of shooting and elite dribbling to make him one of the best sixth men of all-time. In fact, Crawford won two of his three NBA Sixth Man of the Year Awards in LA.

So what do Redick and Crawford think about the show?

“I’ve watched two, I can’t wait to watch three,” Crawford said, via The Old Man and The Three podcast. “It’s hilarious because some things I remember and some things like that did not happen but I understand it’s entertainment. But my hair, I’ve never used a piece of spray paint in my life, why do they have my hair looking like that.”

“Some of the stuff with my free agency was actually accurate,” Redick said later. “We had a charity golf tournament at Palos Verdes at the Trump Course there and that was the only interaction I ever had with him (Donald Sterling). This was after he tried to cancel my deal because he woke up and decided he didn’t want to sign a white player. I went up to him just to say hello and I said hey Mr. Sterling, ‘nice to meet you', and he said ‘hey JJ I’ve heard a lot about you.' That was the only words I ever spoke to him.”

Clipped draws mixed reviews from former Clippers players

Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford (11) talks with forward Blake Griffin (32), forward Matt Barnes (22) and guard J.J. Redick (4) during a Houston Rockets timeout in game one of the second round of the NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center. Los Angeles Clippers won 117 to 101.
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The mid-2010's Clippers featured no shortage of potential. They failed to win a championship, but produced plenty of memorable moments and highlights. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin led the “Lob City” era Clippers. Deandre Jordan also played an impactful role along with Redick and Crawford.

Paul called out one specific scene that he said never happened while speaking on The Pat McAfee Show.

“Me and my wife watched the first episode,” Paul said in early June. “It was kind of cringy, right? Honestly, because you got somebody who's telling their vantage point… One perspective. I seen my wife kicking it with Donald Sterling's wife. And I was  like ‘what? That ain't ever happened.'”

The show has received mixed reviews from others as well. Many NBA fans have tuned in. Of course, only those involved with the Clippers truly know what occurred since they lived it.

The idea for the show is interesting. The Donald Sterling era was obviously far from ideal, and Steve Balmer has done an impressive job since taking over. The inside look at the team itself will catch fans' attention.

It just needs to be remembered that some of it may not be completely accurate. With that being said, Redick did mention that some of the show was “actually accurate.”