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Clippers stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The two touched on the pre-game ritual they had during that 17-game winning streak – it involves a Lamar Odom dance and Trindad James, “All Gold Everything”- and Donald Sterling hitting the locker room leading the team in a chant of “hip hip [...]
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NBA superstar Chris Paul and wife Jada attended the Hollywood premiere of two upcoming BET shows, “Real Husbands of Hollywood”and “Second generation Waynes” yesterday evening. For the event, Chris went for a preppy casual look donned in a olive $299 Rag & Bone herringbone sports jacket which he balanced with a stripe sweatshirt, blue stripes make the perfect complement...
Los Angeles Clippers superstars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul were guests on Thursday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Among the highlights, Paul and Griffin share pictures taken on the team plane as they mess with their teammates while they sleep, and CP3 discusses dealing with the fact that his son's favorite player is actually Griffin.
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Chris Paul and Blake Griffin appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night to talk about being on the number one team in the NBA, the LA Clippers. Among topics, Griffin and Paul said the team had a superstition during their 17 game winning streak – They played the same song, Trinidad James’ “All Gold Everything, before every game. Lamar Odom even had a trademark dance for...
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Los Angeles Clippers finest Chris Paul and Blake Giffin stopped by the entertaining Jimmy Kimmel Live show yesterday. The duo were pretty funny as they joked around with Jimmy, and also discussed the success of their team this season,strong chemistry, pregame rituals, and more.Both Chris and Blake dressed to impress, looking dapper for their appearance enrobed in stylish threads...
As late night host Jimmy Kimmel moved officially to 11:35 this week, he lined up some big name guests to appear on his new time slot.For the final show of his week, Clippers forward Blake Griffin and Chris Paul stopped by to talk about the ongoing NBA season.One of the highlights of the interview was Kimmel showing off some of the sleep prank photos taken on the team plane:
Los Angeles Clippers all-stars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul joined Jimmy Kimmel on his late-night television show Thursday night. Kimmel, a “Lakers fan,” chatted it up with the two about currently owning the NBA’s best record, superstitions, CP3′s son ‘Lil Chris’ and the Clippers’ love for the “got ‘em” game.
Check out the clips from the show here:
Jimmy Kimmel brought back one of his most popular skits last night in which he has some of his celebrity guest read mean tweets fans direct at them on Twitter. This is the third time Kimmel has done the skit, and it was gold once again last night.
In a few months Twitter will turn 6 years old and it has become our favorite way to insult celebrities. Jimmy Kimmel says he gets bombarded by hundreds of nasty Tweets every day so he’s been asking celebrity guests of his show to read the mean things people Tweet about them. Here is the third installment of Celebrities Read Mean Tweets along with the first two.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul had 19 points and 16 assists, and the Los Angeles Clippers held on to beat the Dallas Mavericks 99-93 on Wednesday night, extending their franchise-record home winning streak to 13 games.
Matt Barnes added 19 points off the bench, and Blake Griffin had 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Clippers (29-8), who took sole possession of the NBA's best...
Celebrities Read Mean Tweets (#3) for Jimmy Kimmel
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