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This clip perfectly exemplifies how sorry the Los Angeles Lakers defense is.
In the first quarter of Sunday’s game between the Lakers and the Los Angeles Clippers, forward Caron Butler receives a swing pass on the wing, and after a weak close out by Earl Clark, and no communication between the players, Antawn Jamison, who at this point is looking for his man, gets hung out to dry in the paint
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Blake Griffin gave the Clippers a 15-point lead over the Lakers in the fourth quarter Sunday, their largest of the game, with a finger roll dunk. Griffin received the outlet from Chris Paul and changed his mind mid-air from a layup to a dunk as he glided through the air and threw it down:
Blake Griffin helped lead the Clippers to a win Sunday over the Lakers as they clinched their first division title in the 42-year history of the franchise. One play specifically stood out, and it of course involved Blake. Check out Blake get up to initially do a finger roll, but in a split second he changed his mind and threw it down with authority.
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Blake Griffin had 24 points and 12 rebounds, and the
playoff-bound Los Angeles Clippers beat the Lakers 109-95 on Sunday
to clinch their first Pacific Division title in franchise history
against a team that has long overshadowed them.
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