Found February 25, 2013 on
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The Clippers made no moves at the NBA trade deadline, but that wasn't the basketball people's fault. Word is that Clippers owner Donald Sterling nixed one potential trade at the deadline.
The Clippers offered their congratulations by gathering for an Instagram team photo and welcoming Jamal Crawford and his wife’s newborn daughter, London. Blake Griffin and co. gather around a “Welcome To The Clipper Family, London!” sign held by CP3 and Caron Butler:
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When Lamar Odom is aggressive as he was on Saturday night against the Utah Jazz, the Clippers forward is "a nightmare for other teams because not too many power forwards in this league is going to be able to guard him," Chris Paul said.
When Odom looks to score as he did in producing a season-high 18 points against the Jazz, he "gives us a whole other dimension out...
The Los Angeles Clippers nearly traded former Wizard, Caron Butler, to the Wizards in exchange for Trevor Ariza who the Clippers felt would be advantageous on defense. Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, killed the deal in fear of messing up team chemistry.
According to David Aldridge, NBA.com:
L.A. and Washington had a done deal Wednesday night that would have sent forward Trevor Ariza...
PLAYA VISTA, Calif. In his third season in the NBA, Clippers forward Blake Griffin is already considered one of the games most dynamic and forceful players. Hes also still growing into his role.
Saturday night at Staples Center, Griffin was hit with a second-quarter technical foul against the Utah Jazz and visibly seethed on court. In the third quarter, he virtually took over the...
Reserve guards Eric Bledsoe and Jamal Crawford will miss the Los Angeles Clippers' Tuesday night game with the Charlotte Bobcats.
A calf strain will sideline Bledsoe, and Crawford will be out due to be with his newborn daughter, according to Clippers beat reporter Madelyn Burke. Look for Chauncey Billups, Matt Barnes and Caron Butler to pick up the slack.
The Clippers are looking to make a deep playoff run, and now reportedly were looking to secure a perimeter defensive stopper for that stretch run.
Pro Basketball Talk is reporting that the Clippers owner vetoed a deal that would have sent Caron Butler to Washington to Trevor Ariza.
Reports suggest Donald Sterling vetoed a deal that was in place.
L.A. and Washington had a done deal...
Blake Griffin's layups aren't usually highlight-reel worthy. But this and-one layup (see the video after the jump) definitely is. Of course, Griffin was trying to dunk but had lost control of the ball. Griffin's hustle play -- diving for the ball and making the save -- also made the cut.
Griffin finished the Clippers' 107-94 win over the Utah Jazz with 18 points...
The Clippers and Wizards had an agreement in principle on the eve of the deadline involving a trade of Caron Butler for Trevor Ariza.
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Los Angeles is the Sports Entertainment capital of the world. Therefore, it’s only right that on Hollywood’s biggest night, a couple of jocks bask in the aura of The Academy Awards limelight. Super Bowl Champion Ed Reed hit the red carpet for the NFL network. Make sure to note his monogrammed shirt.
George Clooney reportedly told Reed that he “hurt him bad” with that Super...
The 2013 Academy Awards/ Oscars took place Last Night in Los Angeles, even though I’m not a big fan of this long and boring televised event,but still caught a Glimpses throughout the night as I left my television on while typing away on my Laptop. One of the most entertaining moments of the Oscars is the pre-show as you get to check out the chic attire that some of celebrities...
MVP Race: LeBron James is the best player in the league, Tony Parker is the best player on the team with the best record, and Chris Paul is technically the most valuable player to his team’s success. Depending upon your definition of ‘MVP’…take your pick.
Rookie Watch: Damian Lillard will be the rookie of the year. Mark it down, dude.
#1 Miami Heat 40-14 (Last Week- 2): Yes...