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For those of you who got to stay up late to watch the Los Angeles Clippers face the San Antonio Spurs, you probably already saw these two awesome alley-oop jams from Blake Griffin.
If you haven't, please enjoy these clips of Griffin flying to catch Matt Barnes passes:
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Blake Griffin has a burst bursa sac in his right elbow and a strained neck. The burst bursa sac is nothing new. Griffin has dealt with this type of injury during the past two seasons, but he says this time it's more painful. The injury has his coach concerned.According to Arash Markazi of ESPN Los Angeles, Clippers coach Vinnie Del Negro is concerned about Griffin'...
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.
Los Angeles (3...
With Election Day fianlly here, the Los Angeles Clippers got into the voting spirit and released Team Superlatives that were calculated on Media Day in October. Below are the winners from the humorous categories, and an example of the ballots featuring
Best Dressed: Chris Paul (9)
Nicest Car: Chris Paul (4)
Worst Driver: Three way tie between Eric Bledsoe (3), Matt...
There were several uncertain moments in the second half Thursday night when the Clippers started to regress. They were lackadaisical on defense, gave up too many uncontested shots and seemed on the verge of letting their big lead slip away.
It would not have been surprising if they had. The Clippers were playing on the second night of back-to-back games, they were on the road at...
Last night's Los Angeles Clippers/San Antonio Spurs game saw many impressive slam dunks but the cream of the crop came from Clippers center DeAndre Jordan.Watch as DeAndre gets ahead of the pack and double-pumps for this two handed stuff:
And just when you thought you had seen it all in terms of San Antonio Spurs forward Tiago Splitter's offense, he decided to join in on the dunk fest the Clippers were having last night.
Splitter took the ball coast to coast before using a nice ball fake to create some space so he could finish the dunk.
While normally the idea of Splitter bringing the ball up the court...
20 turnovers, being outrebounded 46-29, and allowing a team to shoot 55% in a game will usually lead to disaster.
That was Wednesday night for the San Antonio Spurs in Los Angeles. A year ago the Spurs swept the Los Angeles Clippers in the NBA Playoffs, but after a summer of adding some new faces to their team, the Clippers got at least one victory, in dominating fashion...
Lamar Odom is on his second tenure with the Clippers but his best professional years were with the Los Angeles Lakers. So it’s natural when he’s recording drops he might wander back to his other Los Angeles days… Today is also LO’s birthday, his Clipper brethen gave him a birthday shout out on [...]
The San Antonio Spurs are off to the best start of an NBA season in their history at 4-0 and tonight they will be looking to make it five games in a row tonight versus the Clippers. And with a perfect record to start the season, San Antonio remains the lone undefeated Western Conference team and fans are taking notice of the team's hot start.
According to Fanatics.com, a...
Back when the San Antonio Spurs were winning championships, they were anchored by an incredible defense that could shut teams down night after night. That’s when the Spurs got branded as “boring” because their scores would be in the 80’s. But that’s all they needed. It worked and they won.
In recent years, it’s been a different story. The Spurs can put up points in...
San Antonio Spurs (4-0) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (2-2)
It is always kind of amazing to watch the great franchises be great. It seems even in this early part of the season that the Spurs continue not to get the respect they deserve. San Antonio is the only Western Conference team left unbeaten while the other contenders go through their own soul searching early...
Yesterday afternoon I caught up with our good friend Glenn Moore from Cleveland.com. We talked about the start to the Cavaliers season, and their latest win over the Los Angeles Clippers specifically. Click on the picture below for a link to that conversation.Or click right here: Sports Insider at Cleveland.com. Thanks as always to Glenn for having me on.