Found January 06, 2013 on
Fox Sports West:
Los Angeles Clippers
Golden State Warriors
A stat sheet was left on Eric Bledsoe's chair after the Clippers beat the Golden State Warriors on Saturday as a reminder of how well the backup point guard played.
Bledsoe had a season-high 17 points on eight-for-13 shooting. He also ran down Jarrett Jack and blocked his shot attempt just before the first half ended, showing his defensive abilities.
Told he had played a good game, Bledsoe responded: "It's about time."
Bledsoe has not been playing his best basketball ball in almost three weeks.
Bledsoe injured his left hip against the Detroit Pistons in a hard fall Dec. 17.
"Yeah, as far as my hip, I'm feeling better," Bledsoe said. "I think you can tell."
Bledsoe said he also had to work on his game.
When the Clippers had Thursday off from practice, he still went to the facility.
"We played three-on-three and that really helped," Bledsoe said. "That helped a lot as far as getting my confidence back, just knowing that ...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Los Angeles Clippers are set at the point guard position. They have Chris Paul starting, and they have Eric Bledsoe coming off the bench. Bledsoe is good enough to provide an immediate impact with just about any other team in the league, but the Clippers do not want to let him go. But the trade rumors and interest from teams is going to continue. Marc Stein of ESPN says...
The Los Angeles Clippers have enjoyed a very deep bench unit this season. A big part of that is Eric Bledsoe, who is having a great season backing up Chris Paul. In only 18.5 minutes per game, Bledsoe is averaging 8.7 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 1.5 steals, and .7 blocks.
Bledsoe has great athleticism, and showed some of it off here when he blocked Jarrett Jack from behind...
Back on Saturday, the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Golden State Warriors at the Staples Center by the score of 115-89 and Chris Paul finished the game with 27 points.As Fox Sports West sideline reporter Kristina Pink tried to do a post game interview with Paul, a couple of his teammates decided to photobomb the interview.Watch as Jamal Crawford, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan interrupt it:
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul had 27 points and nine assists, Blake Griffin added 20 points and the Los Angeles Clippers set a franchise record with their 12th straight home victory, 115-89 over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night.
The Clippers lead the NBA with a 27-8 record, a half-game ahead of Western Conference rivals Oklahoma City and San Antonio. The Clippers won...
Chris Paul had 27 points and nine assists, Blake Griffin added 20 points and the Los Angeles Clippers set a franchise record with their 12th straight home victory, 115-89 over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night.
The Clippers lead the NBA with a 27-8 record, a half-game ahead of Western Conference rivals Oklahoma State and San Antonio. The Clippers won a club-record 17 straight...
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