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Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin told ESPN that he’s not “soft” and is willing to prove it – off the court. “I’ve never really worried about being called soft or people thinking I’m soft,” said Griffin. “If anybody wants to step and take that challenge I’m more than happy — off the court —
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The 21st annual ESPY Awards are taking place on July 17, and Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan has decided to take the opportunity to be a family man. On Tuesday night, Jordan shared a text conversation on Twitter that he had with his mom, during which he asked her if she would like to [...]
Chris Paul wasted little time signing his new five-year, $107 million contract with the Los Angeles Clippers early on Wednesday morning, shortly after the NBA lifted its moratorium on free-agent signings.
Paul tweeted out this photo of the pen hitting the paper:
. @CP3 is back! #ClipperNation pic.twitter.com/a6KyhBMK7v
-- Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) July 10, 2013
DETROIT — Chauncey Billups wanted to stay with the Detroit Pistons for the rest of his career.
Now, the team that traded him away wants him back.
Pistons president of basketball operations Joe Dumars confirmed Thursday morning that Billups and the team have agreed to terms on a contract.
Billups is getting a two-year deal, the first season is guaranteed, for $2.5 million each year...
Point guard Chauncey Billups has agreed to a two-year deal to return to the Detroit Pistons worth about $5 million, according to ESPN.
Billups, 36, won the 2004 NBA championship with the Pistons and was Finals MVP. The point guard has only appeared in 44 combined games the last 2 seasons due to a ruptured achilles.
On his career, he has averaged 15.4 points and 5.5 assists.
Almost a decade after the 2004 NBA Championship and four-years after the ill-fated deal that sent him to Denver, Chauncey Billups is back with the Pistons.
First reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports the Pistons brought back the man known as Mr. Big Shot on a 2-year deal worth approximately $5 million dollars.
Y! Sources: Nearly a decade after leading Detroit to title,...
Chauncey Billups has agreed to a two-year deal with the Detroit Pistons.
Billups was Finals MVP for the Pistons in 2004 and remained with the team until November of 2008.
Joe Dumars is getting the band back together.
A few days after the Pistons brought back Rasheed Wallace as an assistant coach, the team has reportedly reached a two-year contract with Chauncey Billups. Billups, 36, isn't going to have the same role that he had on the 2004 NBA championship team, but he can certainly add some much-needed stability to the point guard position....
The New York Knicks are pursuing Chauncey Billups.
Billups was amnestied by the Knicks in 2011 to create enough cap space to sign Tyson Chandler.
Billups, however, is unlikely to accept a minimum deal.
First the Detroit Pistons brought back Rasheed Wallace to be an assistant on head coach Mo Cheeks’ coaching staff, now Detroit Pistons GM Joe Dumars is bring back another link to their 2004 NBA Championship squad.
Early Thursday morning, the Pistons announced that they had signed former NBA Finals MVP Chauncey Billups to a 2-year $5 million deal.
Billups averaged 8.4 points and...
With the additions of newcomer Josh Smith and familiar face Chauncey Billups, the Pistons have taken a step toward reclaiming their fiery, winning roots. (David Laporte, Flickr)
For years, the Detroit Pistons have made their way being branded the NBA’s most hard working team. They’ve also been described as edgy, tough and even bad.
Lately, though, that mantra has taken perhaps...
The suddenly-doing-something-right Blake Griffin might be getting a little confident in all facets of his life lately. Last month, Chauncey Billups told “First Take” that his ex teammate might be “too nice,” and implied that the dunking power forward was soft. Yesterday on ESPN, Blake had a chance to respond.
“I’ve never really worried about being called soft or people...
Blake Griffin says he’s not soft, in response to teammate Chauncey Billups going on record to call him “too nice” of a basketball player last month of ESPN’s First Take. In fact, he’d be willing to prove it to any doubters — off the court.
According to ESPN:
Blake Griffin said in an interview with ESPN that he’s not worried if he is being labeled as soft around the...
Blake Griffin will fight you if you think he’s soft!
Blake Griffin has had enough with people calling him soft. Yes, Blake will step outside and accept any challenge from people who think he is soft. Of course he won’t do it on the court, that would get you a 45 game suspension in today’s NBA. Could Griffin have been subtly responding to Chauncey Billups comment of him being...