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For those of you who don’t stay up late to watch Jimmy Kimmel Live, he recently had a trio of Los Angeles Clippers star drop by for a guest appearance. Check out both parts of the full interview that Jimmy did with DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, and Chris Paul: *** Chris Paul/Blake Griffin image courtesy of Getty Images
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