Found October 23, 2012 on
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Last night, the Golden State Warriors traveled to the Staples Center to face off against the Los Angeles Clippers in a preseason affair.
Watch as Clippers forward Blake Griffin pulls off an awesome ball fake and then goes to the cup for the slam:
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and the rest of the Los Angeles Clippers are embracing increased expectations this season, another sign of a deep cultural shift in an organization that hasn't experienced back-to-back playoff berths in nearly 20 years.
The optimism is due in part to last season's success and the attitude of veterans Paul and Chauncey Billups...
Having already been Mozgov’d in an incident that was arguably Mozgovier than the original Mozgov itself, Pau Gasol was not about to allow Blake Griffin to make any more highlights at his expense. Or so he thought. After a series of Ron Artest fouls failed to impede Blake Griffin’s direct path to the rim, Gasol found himself the last line of defense against an oncoming freight...
You know it's NBA season when Blake Griffin highlight dunks start appearing. "And the foul!"
I'm not currently watching the LA Clippers vs. LA Lakers game, but before I headed to sleep I noticed that our old friend Ryan Hollins was trending on Twitter. It piqued my curiosity, as I expected to see some videos or gifs of an epic fail like the one above from last year when he was in a Celtics uniform.
Instead, I was surprised when I found out that Hollins was having one...
Just when you thought it was safe to take a nap...Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan got caught snoring by teammates Chris Paul and Blake Griffin:
I’m not gonna be too tough on Robert Sacre. Why? Because it’s not easy to be Robert Sacre. The guy is out there fighting to forge his niche in the NBA, but he’s playing behind the league’s premier player at his position. So, if he’s going to see the light of day this season, he knows he’s got to do the dirty work… the stuff that many proven players don’t even...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- DeAndre Jordan had 18 points and 12 rebounds, leading the Los Angeles Clippers to an 88-71 exhibition victory over the Golden State Warriors on Monday night.
Blake Griffin finished with 14 points, seven boards and six assists for the Clippers (3-3), and Chris Paul had 11 points and nine assists during a team-high 26 minutes.
Coach Vinny Del Negro sat all of...
The always funny Blake Griffin Tweeted out a short clip of a video featuring Chris Paul’s hand messing with a sleeping DeAndre Jordan. To be fair, if one of my... Read more »Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
The steady improvement DeAndre Jordan has displayed at the offensive end during the Los Angeles Clippers' first six preseason games has been evident to anyone who watched him struggle around the basket last season.
Jordan had another strong game Monday night with 18 points and 12 rebounds, leading the Clippers to an 88-71 victory over the Golden State Warriors.
Call whatever you want between the Lakers (0-6) and the Clippers (3-3) but don't call it a rivalry. In fact, it's ridiculously silly to even brand the Clippers a "rival" in Los Angeles when you consider numerous factors. For one, how many people would even mention Clippers when you ask them to associate sports and L.A.?But as impressive are the Lakers' starting...