The Clippers’ Chris Paul is really good with the basketball.
Paul and L.A. visited the lowly Sixers and CP3 decided he’d show the fans in the stands what dribbling is all about when he sliced up the Sixers’ defense and even did some trickery with the ball.
Seriously, how did he do that last move with the ball? I’m baffled.
Reaching the playoffs was almost always a foregone conclusion for Doc Rivers when he coached the Boston Celtics, and that has continued since he left for the Los Angeles Clippers.
Rivers' successor, Brad Stevens, is trying to make his own postseason plans for the Celtics, who continue their push Sunday against a playoff-bound Clippers squad seeking another easy win to cap a three...
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@blakegriffin32 w/AR iso impersonation #GetTheF&$kOutTheWay A video posted by matt_barnes9 (@matt_barnes9) on Mar 27, 2015 at 9:15am PDT The erratic dribble, swat and the ending field goal attempt, Blake Griffin of the Clippers nailed his impression of Austin Rivers. Right down to the gum chew…
I guess being the head coach’s son doesn’t protect you from being the target of Blake Griffin.
During a recent Clippers practice, Griffin was caught on film making fun of Austin Rivers, the son of head coach Doc Rivers. Griffin pulled out all the stops including the head jerking, Rivers’ dribbling style and even Austin’s “shooting technique.”
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When it’s in the air, you know DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers is going to go and get it.
He does that twice. First, it was a putback dunk. And then he throws down a lob from Chris Paul:
DeAndre Jordan can fly, guys.
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You may recall that earlier this month Draymond Green and Dahntay Jones got into a little tiff over “a bump.” It seemed stupid, but the Clippers and Warriors hate each other, so it naturally progressed into a thing to add more fuel to a rare NBA rivalry.
Doc Rivers didn’t think much of it, and low key chastised Draymond, saying Jones’ bump was too “violent.”
Before going off the deep end, let’s keep things real for a moment.
The chances that the Los Angeles Clippers win the Western Conference are pretty slim. Although the Clippers currently sit in fifth place in the West with a record 47-25, there are very few people in the basketball world (yours truly included) that truly believe this Clippers team has what it takes to win an NBA...
Aaaahhh… the Golden Chihuahua All-Star Game in Mexico, that last bastion of hoop skills abroad, where this “All-Star” – former Delta State forward Lloyd Hickinson tried to do his best Blake Griffin.
His first attempt at jumping over a car for an epic slam dunk, complete with pyrotechnics atop the board, didn’t go so well.
We see how the car’s hazard lights were appropriately...
I know I’ve used this before as have countless others, but JJ has been redickulous lately.
Sure, Blake Griffin has returned which has helped open the perimeter up for Redick, while Chris Paul has been playing insanely good lately, but Redick has been the unsung hero in the absence of the injured Jamal Crawford.
On the season it looks like another ‘ho hum’ Redick...
Jamal Crawford is not worried he may miss the rest of the season with his injured calf.
Crawford has been out for more than three weeks with what he describes as "the weirdest" injury of his NBA career.
“It’s hard not playing,” said Crawford, who is not traveling with the team on its current three-game trip, “but I just look at it as each day is a little closer to coming...
LOS ANGELES (AP) Before V. Stiviano's recordings toppled Donald Sterling from ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers, she boasted she would be the next Mrs. Sterling.
She would pick up envelopes of cash in an alley behind the family's real estate company and told employees at the firm she would one day be their boss.
Those predictions seemed like a fantasy Wednesday as Sterling's...
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The NBA is always trying to expand its global reach. The league has announced that the Los Angeles Clippers and Charlotte Hornets will play two preseason games in China. From the official release: The Clippers and Hornets will play the NBA’s first game ever in Shenzhen when they meet on Oct. 11 at the Shenzhen...
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John Wall makes doing a 360 degree layup look so easy. It has been a while since he dropped one, but it is not because of his inability to do it. He just had not had an opportunity. That is until Friday night.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes stepped up in the path of a driving Wall. Wall saw him and spun off him for the fast break layup.
Wonder if Wall said ‘excuse me’...
DeAndre Jordan did something to J.J. Redick on Tuesday night that many UNC fans would love to have done during his illustrious career at Duke. Following Redick’s 23-point performance in the Clippers’ win over Charlotte, his fourth 20-point game this month, teammate DeAndre Jordan went digging for gold with the sole purpose of wiping it
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Former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and his ex-girlfriend (current?) V. Stiviano have apparently held no grudges against one another. Or, at the very least, Stiviano wants everyone to know that she still loves Sterling very much. On Tuesday, Stiviano shared a photo o Instagram of her sitting on Sterling’s lap at some bizarre...Read More
The Clippers’ Chris Paul might be lighter in the wallet after the NBA sees a replay of this flop.
Against Houston, Paul found himself heading right to James Harden as he was heading to the rim.
The result, Paul tries to bait the refs into calling an offensive foul on Harden with a flop that will go down as legendary!
Los Angeles Clippers big man Glen Davis flashed his "mean mug" after a fourth quarter tip-in during Sunday's game against Houston.Davis reached way behind his head to tip in the missed three-point shot from teammate J.J. Redick, then broke out an "angry" face, which is tough to take seriously for a guy that has the nickname "Big Baby".The Clippers put together a furious rally in...
Who doesn’t love Kermit? We all know Miss Piggy is pretty much all on top of that handsome frog. But what about Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin?
Griffin returned to the Clippers lineup after missing extensive time with a staph infection.
He comes back just in time for the team’s playoff push.
And he was welcomed back by none other than Kermit himself at the Staples...
Doc Rivers loves to defend his players, and most of the time, there’s nothing wrong with that. When the topic turned to DeAndre Jordan, though, the Los Angeles Clippers coach went a bit too far.
It all started in early March, when Rivers gave his big man a resounding endorsement, claiming he’s “clearly” the defensive player of the year. Rivers...
During Sunday’s game between the Warriors and Clippers, Glen Davis turned minimal contact with Leandro Barbosa into theatrics worthy of winning an award. Not surprisingly, Davis received a warning for violating the NBA’s anti-flopping rule. On Tuesday, Barbosa reminded us how egregious Davis’ flop was by tweeting the link to the above Vine video. FLOP...Read More
Stephen Curry simply is not human.
The Golden State Warriors star added yet another clip to his ever-growing highlight reel Sunday afternoon, nonchalantly weaving through four Los Angeles Clippers defenders before drilling a step-back three in Chris Paul’s face.
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It’s safe to say Curry’s coach, Steve Kerr, was mildly impressed...
The Portland Trail Blazers used a late surge to force overtime and later pull off a dramatic comeback victory over the Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center on Wednesday night.
Damian Lillard had his worst game of the season and made only one field goal of the 13 he attempted. However, Nicolas Batum caught fire in the fourth quarter and it carried over into overtime. He racked...
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J.J. Redick was ejected during the final two minutes of the Los Angeles’ Clippers win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night. With the way Redick makes it sound, T-Wolves coach Flip Saunders should have been the one who was given the boot. Redick told reporters after the game that he got into it with...Read More