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Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul and former NFL stars Jerome Bettis and Terrell Owens will serve as celebrity owners in the Professional Bowlers Association's inaugural PBA League.
The eight-team league will make its debut at Detroit's Thunderbowl Lanes in January. ESPN will televise five weeks of league competition beginning Jan. 27 and also broadcast the Elias Cup finals in April.
Each five-man team will have a designated franchise player and the other spots will be set in a draft Friday in Las Vegas. Paul's Los Angeles-based team will be led by franchise player Jason Belmonte of Australia, Bettis' Detroit team will feature Mike Fagan, and Owens' Dallas squad received Norm Duke.
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Any NFL player or coach with any class at all is never going to call out his old team, no matter how bad things were when they left. Circumstances change from year to year and sometimes things just don’t work out; sometimes you leave on a good note and other times it’s a sour one. Jerome Bettis and Todd Haley are hardly the only two members of the Steelers to start with one team...
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With Chris Paul running the show and Blake Griffin down low, the Los Angeles Clippers feature one of the game's most explosive offenses.
Their defensive efforts are also earning some well-deserved acclaim.
The Clippers try to build on an impressive result and pick up a rare road win over the Portland Trail Blazers when these teams square off Thursday night.
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Chris Paul‘s most known for his brilliant passing ability, but it was his ankle-breaking ability that was on display on Monday night.
The Clippers’ point guard had three Cleveland Cavaliers to get through — Kyrie Irving, Samardo Samuels and Anderson Varejao — before he could get to the basket. He used a spin move on Irving, a crossover on Samuels and a juke on Varejao before...
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LOS ANGELES After four games and two losses, the Clippers have discovered one critical glitch in their game.
They don't know how to play from behind.
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Nicest Car: Chris Paul (4)
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The Portland Trail Blazers are coming back home following a 1-2 road trip that saw them put together one brilliant second-half comeback while collapsing in the fourth quarters of the other two contests.
Matchup: Portland (2-2) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (3-2)
Venue: Rose Garden Arena
Time: 7:30 PM PT
Date: Nov. 8, 2012
The Blazers may have home-court advantage on their side...
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Jamal Crawford scored 25 points and the Los Angeles Clippers held off the Portland Trail Blazers for a 103-90 victory on Thursday night.
De'Andre Jordan and Chris Paul had 21 points apiece for the Clippers, who led by 25 in the first half. Los Angeles improved to 4-2 in its first game away from Staples Center.
Nicolas Batum had 23 points and nine rebounds...