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Los Angeles Clippers – 77, Boston Celtics – 106 The Boston Celtics traveled to Los Angeles to battle the Clippers, pegged as the hottest team in the league, as they struggle to find consistency. Meanwhile the Clips are on the correct trail, looking to record their 15th win in a row, a franchise record. Many [...]
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Dear Mr. Green,
I would like to start off by saying how truly sorry I am for my actions over the past two months since the start of the 2012-13 NBA Regular season. I took the time prior to the Celtics Christmas Day game against the Brooklyn Nets to watch the ESPN feature on you and your recovery from heart surgery. I must admit that for the majority of this season I have been nothing...
Collins (right) commits fouls better than anything else.
And not the good kind of ridiculous. In the blowout loss to the Clippers on Thursday, the Celtics starting center played 17 minutes and grabbed one rebound. It was the only thing he did that showed up in the box score, unless you count turnovers (1) or fouls (3).
In 3 of his 4 starts Collins doesn't have a field...
A Look at the Boston Celtics Match-ups in California The Boston Celtics say goodbye to 2012 from sunny California after kicking off a four game road trip by administering a Christmas Day beating to the Brooklyn Nets. The West Coast swing, in particular the first two games against the Los Angeles Clippers and the [...]
Report: Celtics, Pistons Will Prepare Offer for DeMarcus Cousins if Available The Boston Celtics are highly interested in DeMarcus Cousins. At least, that according to ESPN’s Marc Stein. In Stein’s Daily Dime on Friday December 28th, 2012, he states that: There’s a growing sense among potential suitors that under-fire Kings general manager Geoff Petrie, [...]
Imagine for a moment a top 15 player in the NBA was given the rights by his team to come and film a movie in which he plays for the Celtics. Think of James Harden today. Now what if I told you this actually took place?
It did in a movie called Amazing Grace and Chuck, and why there's so little coverage on it today is beyond me. I remember seeing this film a long time ago...
As you may have seen, yesterday, State Farm debuted a commercial starring NBA player Chris Paul. During the commercial, Paul assumes two roles: himself and his long-lost twin, Cliff Paul. The two lead completely different lives, but they share one common trait; both are “born to assist.”
Watch it after the jump
Paul M. Banks is CEO of The Sports Bank.net, a Google News site...
Photo by Michelle V. Agins/The New York Times
With a curiosity around the state of the Boston Celtics (14-13), Doc River’s made a statement in dominating fashion finishing the Brooklyn Nets (14-13) this time around 93-76.
Leading scorers not needed:
Recently, games would be around the name Paul Pierce, but Tuesday’s performance was behind rookie Jared Sullinger aka “big fat...
Chris Paul and Blake Griffin receive most of the notoriety for the Los Angeles Clippers, though one of the league's deepest supporting casts has been a major reason for their success.
Los Angeles looks to extend its franchise-best winning streak to 15 on Thursday night when it hosts a Boston Celtics team that has mainly held Paul in check the last couple times he's faced...
SALT LAKE CITY -- It took quite the comeback, but the streak lives on. Chris Paul hit two free throws with 3.4 seconds remaining to give the Clippers the lead, and Los Angeles rallied to stun the Utah Jazz 116-114 Friday night at EnergySolutions Arena for its 16th consecutive win. A desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer by Utah's Randy Foye bounced off the rim. Paul finished...
Another game for the Los Angeles Clippers means another opportunity to continue writing history.
The Clippers can extend their franchise-best winning streak to 16 games on Friday night as they head to Salt Lake City to play the Utah Jazz, where they had lost 16 in a row before winning the last two contests, including one earlier this month.
Los Angeles' streak is the league...
Fortunately, Magic Johnson could never be hated by Los Angeles Lakers fans, but sometimes it seems like he’s trying his hardest to get their goat.
The legendary Laker said the Clippers, not the Lakers, are the new Showtime. Johnson declared that after the Clippers won their franchise-record 14th straight win.
“I thought I would never, ever see Showtime again. And I was the architect...
The Boston Celtics were soundly trounced by 29 points at the hands of the Clippers in Los Angeles on Thursday. The win extends the Clippers’ franchise record streak to 15 games while dropping the Celtics back to the .500 mark. While few will compare this team to the 1972 Los Angeles Lakers who won an [...]