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The Role of Fatigue: Spurs vs. Clippers

AT&T CENTER – As human beings, our bodies can only do so much before they need rest. In observing the Los Angeles Clippers through three games of their series against the San Antonio Spurs, where the Clippers trail the Spurs 2-1 in the series, Los Angeles seems to be showing signs of fatigue both by […]
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For Jamal Crawford And The Los Angeles Clippers, The Benefit Of The Doubt Does Not Exist

A neat and tidy way to view the showcase first-round playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs is that the Spurs enjoyed the benefit of the doubt. Tony Parker nowhere close to his best? Eh, big deal — the Spurs are still the Spurs. They’ll figure out a way. Tiago Splitter not at full strength? So what? Gregg Popovich is coaching that team, and two...
Via Crossover Chronicles
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Looking Glass of Blake Griffin: The Coexistence of Excellence and Agony for the Los Angeles Clippers

Be honest: How corny would it be if I started this piece with, “It was the best of times and the worst of times for Blake Griffin”? Then again, that’s exactly what we’re talking about, right? Griffin notched 29 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 assists on Wednesday, the first playoff triple-double for the franchise since the Clippers became the Clippers. The high-flying forward...
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Los Angeles Clippers find themselves in trouble against the Spurs

The Los Angeles Clippers had the unfortunate event of the Tim Duncan of old coming back and playing Wednesday night. Year after year, critics and fans alike ask when the wheels on the San Antonio Spurs are finally going to fall apart, but it doesn’t look like it is going to be this year. Duncan started the game going six-for-six from the field, showing DeAndre Jordan that fundamentals...
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In the first round showcase series, the Clippers have become the emotional center

Two schools of thought do not exist for every single topic under the sun, but most of what we pursue as human beings can certainly welcome opposing points of view. Such is the case with the enthralling Western Conference playoff series between the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers, the only one of the eight first-round encounters to be knotted at one game apiece heading...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch: Mike Woodson helped himself to a fans snack during game last night

Oh man, Woody…what are you doing? During the second quarter of last nights game between the Clippers and the Spurs, Los Angeles Clippers assistant coach Mike Woodson was caught on camera snatching some food from what looks like an unsuspecting fan. ! RT @Rances_21: Mike woodson stealing chips from unsuspecting woman then eating them on sideline!! @MichaelRyanRuiz
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Tim Duncan helps Spurs to Game 2 overtime win

With 5:10 left in the fourth quarter and the San Antonio Spurs holding an 88-83 lead, Tony Parker exited the game and headed to the locker room, where he wouldn’t return with a right Achilles injury. With Parker out, the Spurs called upon backup point guard Patty Mills, who has had a roller coaster type […]
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The Best First Round NBA Playoff Series Is Being Ruined By Idiot Rules About Fouling

Goddamnit, NBATonight in Los Angeles, the Clippers trailed in the fourth quarter. The Spurs intention- ally fouled C DeAndre Jordan relentlessly, destroying pace and racking up the bad karma... but the Clips kept grinding, getting loose balls, forcing turnovers, and eventually taking a 2-point lead in the final minute. One last steal gave the Clips the ball with 30 seconds left,...
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Three Possessions or Less: Let’s Look at the Clippers’ Perfect Offensive Scheme

​ For most of this season, the Los Angeles Clippers have resided at an intersection of scrutiny and malaise, aware (and seemingly comfortable) of a reputation of entitlement enveloped around themselves. In a brutally competitive Western Conference, many thought this was the team that would be left behind amongst the pack of contenders suited directly below Golden State.  ...
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The Clippers' bench remains a glaring weakness

It's no secret: the Clippers' bench is bad. Sunday's Game 1 was no exception, with the Spurs' launching into a massive run during a short bench stint in the first half. But just how bad is the bench? With the exception of Jamal Crawford, William Scott Davis writes, there's not really any second-unit player Doc Rivers can rely on:"While the Clippers starters built a comfortable lead...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Aron Baynes gets Wikipedia treatment after Blake Griffin abuses him

Blake Griffin put on a show during the Los Angeles Clippers’ win over the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday night, and much of it came at the expense of Aron Baynes. After the game, Baynes’ Wikipedia page was edited to reflect that. Griffin scored 26 points, and six of them were registered directly in the...Read More
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DeAndre Jordan geeks out at Batman Exhibit

DeAndre Jordan is coming for your job, Ben Affleck. The Los Angeles Clippers center also happens to be one of the biggest Batman fans around, and that might be an understatement. Bleacher Report recently made Jordan’s day, and quite possibly his life, as they took him to the Batman Exhibit at the Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour Hollywood. But that’s not all they did. Jordan...
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Steve Ballmer turned Lakers locker room into owner's lounge

The Los Angeles Clippers are free to do what they want with the Staples Center now that they have begun their playoff run and the Los Angeles Lakers are no longer playing, and Steve Ballmer is taking full advantage. The Clippers hosted the San Antonio Spurs for Game 1 of their opening-round playoff series on...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Steve Ballmer’s Reaction to Blake Griffin’s Dunk is Nightmare-Inducing

Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is enjoying his first season with the franchise. The enthusiastic billionaire has had little issue showcasing his overwhelming emotions for his team and Sunday night was no exception. During the Clippers’ Game 1 win over the Spurs, Blake Griffin threw down a nasty one-handed dunk over San Antonio’s Aron Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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DeAndre Jordan swats Manu Ginobili's shot into the stands (Video)

L.A. Clippers center DeAndre Jordan set the tone during Sunday's Game 1 against San Antonio by swatting a shot by Spurs guard Manu Ginobili into the stands.Ginobili attempted to shoot a layup over Austin Rivers when Jordan came over for the huge block, pumping up the Staples Center crowd and his teammates in the process.Jordan had 4 blocks and a whopping 14 rebounds as the Clippers...
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Los Angeles Clippers: All eyes on the big three

The time has come, the regular season has come to an end, and there is no looking back, only forward. All that matters from this point on is what the Los Angeles Clippers do in the postseason. Will the big three embrace this moment and elevate this team to championship status? High expectations for Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan to show us all if they have what it...
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Los Angeles Clippers: Here come the Spurs

Sometimes life is just unfair. For the Los Angeles Clippers, this is one of those times. The Clippers finished the 2014-2015 NBA regular season a record of 56-26, tied for second best in the Western Conference. However, with the Houston Rockets having the tie-breaker over them, the Clips find themselves as the three seed in the Western Conference Playoffs, where they will face off...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Check out these leaked Clippers jersey redesigns

There have been a number of good NBA logo redesigns in the past few seasons. This Los Angeles Clippers logo overhaul is not one of them. Per Uni-Watch, these workups are legitimately in the works based on confirmation from two anonymous sources. Leaving aside the lazily slapped together black color scheme for “edge,” the logo Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Barnes' son betrays him for Steph Curry

2day for school the boys had to dress up as someone they look up too.. Carter chose daddy & the clippers, Isaiah chose steph curry & the warriors . Can you guess witch kid will be up for adoption nxt week?? Lol JUST KIDSING tag someone you love that cheers for the wrong team…. #ThankGodTheirsTwo Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Shelly Sterling Plans to Donate Entire $2.6 Million from V. Stiviano to Charity

Former Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Shelly Sterling, ex-wife of Donald Sterling, took her former husband’s “friend,” V. Stiviano to court in order to get back the money that her ex had given to his former lover over the years. It appears that Mr. Sterling had no right to be buying all these lavish gifts for his lady friend while he was still a married man. Mrs. Sterling...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Judge rules V. Stiviano owes Shelly Sterling $2.6 million

A judge has ordered V. Stiviano to pay $2.6 million to Shelly Sterling, the wife of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. The ruling stems from a lawsuit that was filed by Shelly roughly one month before Donald’s explosive racist rant was released to the public. The Associated Press reports that Judge Richard Fruin...Read More
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Barnes Says Allen Iverson Used To Spend $40K At Strip Clubs

It didn’t take long for Matt Barnes to have his welcome-to-the-NBA moment. The current Los Angeles Clippers forward spent a brief stint with the Philadelphia 76ers during the 2005-06 season, catching Allen Iverson in the final year of his first tenure with Philly. In an interview with Sports Illustrated’s Chris Ballard, Barnes revealed a pretty amazing...
15 days ago  |  Discuss

The Los Angeles Clippers just can't stay relevant

Chris Paul did the only reasonable thing he could do in his matchup against Portland this week. A day after Steph Curry reduced him to the leading man in a..... The post The More Things Stay The Same: The Los Angeles Clippers Just Can’t Stay Relevant appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kaman pushes CP3 after shot to groin

The two players were battling for a rebound in the third quarter of the game, and CP3 managed to come away with the ball. But he delivered a shot right to Kaman’s groin in doing so, and it sure looked intentional. Kaman promptly retaliated by shoving CP3 out of bounds. A skirmish then broke out, as Glen “Big Baby” Davis came to CP3’s aide. LaMarcus Aldridge then pushed...
Via The Sports Daily
23 days ago  |  Discuss

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