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While Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski recently reported that Chris Paul is planning on re-signing with the Los Angeles Clippers this summer, the All-Star point guard said he hasn’t yet decided what he’s “going to do next season.”
According to T.J. Simers, Los Angeles Times:
[Paul re-signing] sounds good to the Clippers, and might happen. And DeAndre Jordan still might become a force at center for the Clippers.
But Paul said, “No, I haven’t decided what I am going to do next season, and no, I haven’t told anyone what I’m going to do.”
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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...
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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.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Caron Butler scored 21 points and the Los Angeles Clippers rode a big third quarter to a 107-94 victory over Utah on Saturday night, completing their first season sweep of the Jazz since 1978-79., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/clippers-get-1st-sweep-of-jazz-since-7879-season-yahoo-sports
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.
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