Found November 11, 2012 on
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For those of you looking for the dunk of the night, it came courtesy of Portland rookie big man Meyers Leonard.Check out this poster dunk that he throws down in the grill of Ronny Turiaf:
LOS ANGELES -- From the beginning, the Clippers knew they had an experienced group of reserves -- players who knew what to do with their limited minutes on the court.
They had Matt Barnes and Jamal Crawford and Ronny Turiaf and Lamar Odom, and they figured all of them, plus burgeoning star Eric Bledsoe, would be capable enough to give the team a boost of energy and important offensive...
TMZ caught up with Lamar Odom over the weekend and asked him his take on the Lakers firing Mike Brown. Lamar needs to be walking into a 24 hour fitness, not Katsuya.-TO
Lamar and Khloe at the CP3 Event
Lamar Odom Puts End To Divorce Rumor?
The Clippers folks, the other team in LA, have all the tools this season to make some serious NBA noise. For the first time in decades, the Clippers front office has filled most of the teams holes and has placed a competitive team on the floor that can compete every night. This Clippers team has size, speed, depth, youth, and star power. Not to forget a superior clutch performer...
Kenyon Martin continues to look for an NBA contract.
Lamar Odom is trying to lose another 12 pounds.
Blake Griffin scored 16 points, Chris Paul had 15 points and eight assists and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Atlanta Hawks 89-76 on Sunday.
Jamal Crawford, who won the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award in 2010 while playing for Atlanta, had 11 points after coming in with a team-high 21.8 average - tops among the league's reserves. Fifth-year center DeAndre Jordan, coming...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Blake Griffin scored 16 points, Chris Paul had 15 points and eight assists and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Atlanta Hawks 89-76 on Sunday.
Jamal Crawford, who won the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award in 2010 while playing for Atlanta, had 11 points after coming in with a team-high 21.8 average -- tops among the league's reserves. Fifth-year center...
The Los Angeles Clippers are still Blake Griffin's team, but the star power forward doesn't need to do all the heavy lifting on the offensive end.
Center DeAndre Jordan and newcomer Jamal Crawford have been taking care of that lately.
They're a big reason Los Angeles could score in triple figures in seven consecutive games for the first time in nearly two decades as...