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Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin had the upper edge over Brandon Bass and the Boston Celtics.
The Boston Celtics finally showed what they were capable of in their 93-76 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Christmas. Unfortunately, they fell right back into their routine of losing a game after the Los Angeles Clippers crushed the Celtics, 106-77, on Thursday night.
Throughout the first two months of the 2012-’13 NBA season, the Celtics have played well in spurts, but they have not been able to seize consistency. They have taken one step forward and two steps back. Their longest win streak has been three.
This team has relied too much on Kevin Garnett’s defensive intensity, Paul Pierce’s scoring, and Rajon Rondo’s playmaking ability. Their complementary players such as Jeff Green, Courtney Lee, and Brandon Bass have struggled. Green has improved over the course of this month which was highlighted by his 15-point output in the win on Tuesday, but he hasn’t seemed to put his who...
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As we clean up the last of the highlights from the Christmas Day games, we came across this video of Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin pranking a camera guy during a stoppage of play.Watch as Blake disconnects one of his wires provides the camera man a good laugh:
Blake Griffin is such the little prankster. Check out his latest attempt at a joke, this time unplugging a cord from a cameraman during the Clippers Christmas Day game against the Nuggets. o word on if it worked or not, we assume the latter.
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One of the things that we are thankful for here on Outside the Boxscore is the dunks of Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin.
During the Christmas day game against the Denver Nuggets, Blake soared high for a dunk that needs to be seen to be believe:
Following the Clippers beating the Celtics on Thursday night by a mere 29 points and claiming their 15th straight win, Blake Griffin ditched the ugly Christmas sweater for something else. We will let you decide for yourself if the fake ‘stache is a good move or not.
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As previously noted on this fair website, when the Los Angeles Clippers play a basketball game...it is almost certain that Blake Griffin will do something worthy of making this site.
During Thursday's night game against the Boston Celtics, watch as Blake soars around Brandon Bass for the nice scoop lay-up:
Blake Griffin, during his post game media availability, channeled his inner Cliff Paul, Chris Paul’s identical twin in the State Farm “Born To Assist” commercial that premiered on Christmas: via @laclippers, @jadande, @DanWoikeSports, @arashmarkazi
Earlier today, we featured a State Farm commercial starring Chris Paul called "Born to Assist" where Paul meets his twin brother, "Cliff Paul".Since Paul got a chance to wear a fake moustache for the commercial, the folks with the Los Angeles Clippers decided to give away free fake moustaches to fans on Thursday night.It appears that forward Blake Griffin got...
As previously noted on this website, if the Los Angeles Clippers play a basketball game...there will be at least one notable dunk from Blake Griffin.Check out this alley-oop pass from Chris Paul to Griffin in the second quarter of the game which gets a seal of approval from Billy Crystal:
Chris Paul and Blake Griffin receive most of the notoriety for the Los Angeles Clippers, though one of the league's deepest supporting casts has been a major reason for their success.
Los Angeles looks to extend its franchise-best winning streak to 15 on Thursday night when it hosts a Boston Celtics team that has mainly held Paul in check the last couple times he's faced...
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Clippers celebrated their high-profile home game against the Denver Nuggets by breaking out their finest Yuletide sweaters. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin showed off their postgame press conference.
The Clippers had no problem crushing the Nuggets on Christmas Day to notch their 14th straight win, which also gave them the best record in the league...
By adding one more victory to their already historic winning streak, the Los Angeles Clippers can be part of an exclusive club.
The Utah Jazz have other plans after giving the Clippers their toughest time during the run.
The red-hot Clippers will try to become the third team in NBA history to complete a 16-0 month Sunday night when they close out December at home against the Jazz...
Tip: 10:30PM Court: Staples Center Watch it: TNT Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Marc Davis, Eric Lewis and Tre Maddox
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On Road: 5-8
At Home: 13-3
Streak: Won 1
Streak: Won 14
Buckets: Pierce (20.5 ppg)
Buckets: Blake Griffin (18.1 ppg)
Clippers logo in 1978.
Three notes of some significance heading into tonight's contest:
1. The Clippers have won 14 straight games. It's the longest win streak in franchise history, and at 22-6 they have the best record in the NBA. They're good, but they're not that good. LA is due for a loss this evening.
2. Jamal Crawford is sneaky good. Blake Griffin...