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The Los Angeles Clippers had a number of poorly-executed offensive sets during their 115-94 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night, but one of those sets was particularly embarrassing for Blake Griffin. With the Clippers trailing by 12 late in the third quarter, Griffin somehow wound up with the ball in his hands deep in the corner and just over 1 second on the shot clock. Uh oh.
As you can see, Griffin hit the side of the backboard on a three-point attempt. It was the 11th three-pointer he has attempted this season, only two of which he has knocked down. For his career, Griffin is 11-of-51 from beyond the arc. This amused the Warriors’ bench, who made the most of the rare opportunity to clown on Griffin for the horrible shot.
When your highlight reel consists of monster dunks like this and this, you’re typically the one doing most of the laughing. Having opponents point and laugh at him was probably unfamiliar for The Blake Show.
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At first, the foul on Blake Griffin looked like it may take him out of the game. However, the Los Angeles Clippers' forward remained in the game to help the Clippers. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough as the team fell 115-94. The good news coming out of the game was the health of Griffin. The foul came when Griffin tried to driver past his defender to the basket. Festus...
The 31-year-old son of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was found dead late Tuesday night at a home in Malibu, Calif. Scott Sterling's death was confirmed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reported. The death will be investigated as a possible drug overdose, Scott Whitmore of the LA County Sheriff's Department...
Scott Sterling, son of Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling, was found dead in his home in Malibu.
The son of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was found dead in Malibu, California, according to Clippers Media Relations.
Scott Sterling, 32, was reported dead at 12:42 a.m. PT on Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.
The press release says that both the Sheriff’s officers and the coroner’s office believe he died of an “apparent drug overdose...
Eric Bledsoe has flourished as the Clippers' primary backup to Chris Paul.
Scott Sterling (32), son of Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling, was found dead in his Malibu home last night. The unofficial cause of death is drug overdose.
Thoughts go out to the Sterling family.
On Friday night at Staples Center, the Lakers and Clippers will face off for the second time this season, and Los Angeles' long-time second-tier franchise is in a position to take a 2-0 series lead over its more glorious, more celebrated neighbor.
That alone makes the game a must-watch.
But it's the fact that the Clippers are poised to compete over and perhaps win the...
“They’re very spectacular. They’re fun to watch. There’s no question about it,” Bryant said Thursday before going a step further. “They have higher jumpers than Showtime, though.”
…Bryant deemed the Clippers championship-worthy.
“Oh, for sure. They’re definitely one of the top contenders,” he said, crediting Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
“[Paul] is extremely...
The Los Angeles Clippers lost to the Denver Nuggets last night, snapping their 17-game winning streak.
The Clippers had just gone 16-0 through the month of December. They're currently 25-7 overall, one half-game behind the Oklahoma City Thunder for the NBA's best record.
As their streak increased from eight wins, to 10, to 14, the legend of how Cleveland beat LA...
The Los Angeles Clippers had their 17 game winning streak snapped Tuesday night after a 92-78 loss to Denver. The Nuggets who essentially led the whole way took a 16 point lead into the final quarter after JaVale McGee was able to hit a three pointer as time expired in the third. Not to mention [...]
After amassing 31 points, six rebounds, eight assists and two steals to spearhead a 115-94 victory over the dominant Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, it is more evident than ever that Stephen Curry … Continue reading →
Tonight when Kobe Bryant looks across the court at the Los Angeles Clippers, he’ll be gazing into the eyes of the future, while at the same time seeing a familiar past. Gone are the days when the Lakers would run their city mates off the court seemingly before halftime. It’s the Clippers who enter [...]