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After last Friday's victory over the Portland Trail Blazers at the Staples Center, Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul went to the scorer's table to remove some tape.
Sitting that section ended up being for Sugar Ray front-man Mark McGrath who wanted to get some love from Mr. Paul by getting a fist bump.
Sadly for Mark, Chris either didn't see him or didn't feel the need to return the bump:
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LOS ANGELES The picture of Chris Paul sitting on the bench next to two backcourt mates in street clothes, Mo Williams and Chauncey Billups, and grimacing as two trainers huddled around, working on his right elbow was not necessarily worth a thousand words.
Not when two would suffice: Uh, oh.
"I said to myself, 'This can't be happening right now,'" said Clippers...
The LA Clippers victory last night over Portland was followed by an epic fail by singer Mark McGrath. He was in the front row and went in for a quick fist bump from Chris Paul after the game and was denied in epic fashion. Not sure if Paul just didn't see the attempt or chose to ignore it, but I got a good laugh out of it either way. Seriously McGrath, that was the weakest...
Sometimes, things just fall into place, and sometimes, things are a result of hard work paired with an opportunity.
For Randy Foye on Monday night at Dallas, it was the latter.
Foye tied a franchise record by hitting eight 3-point shots, and he scored 28 points in the Clippers' 94-75 win over the Mavericks.
"Well, he was just feeling it obviously," Clippers coach...
Chris Paul said he injures his elbow "all the time."
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul scored 26 points, Blake Griffin added 24 and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Utah Jazz 105-96 on Saturday night to win their fifth in a row for the first time since 2006.
Randy Foye added 17 points and DeAndre Jordan had 10 rebounds for the surging Clippers, who have won six straight at home and are a game behind the first-place Lakers in the Pacific...
Chris Paul scored 26 points, Blake Griffin added 24 and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Utah Jazz 105-96 on Saturday night to win their fifth in a row for the first time since 2006.
Randy Foye added 17 points and DeAndre Jordan had 10 rebounds for the surging Clippers, who have won six straight at home and are a game behind the first-place Lakers in the Pacific Division. They...
Quickly and decisively, the Clippers point out that there isn't a rivalry between them and the Lakers.
"Honestly, I don't think it is one," center DeAndre Jordan said. "But I'm not worried about any other team. I don't care about them. I respect them as a team and as players. Once we step in between that line, I could care less about any accomplishments...
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We’ve featured a few sweet Blake Griffin dunks on this site before, but on Monday night while everyone was watching the NCAA Championship Game, he unleashed one of his best.
Griffin’s one-handed put-back dunk against the Dallas Mavericks was simply incredible.
In the above video Griffin sends the ball across the floor to Randy Foye, who misses a 3-pointer. For some reason...
DALLAS (AP) -- Randy Foye had 28 points with a career-high eight 3-pointers and the Los Angeles Clippers won their sixth consecutive game, 94-75 over the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night for their longest winning streak in two decades.
Blake Griffin had 15 points and 16 rebounds for the Clippers, who last won six in a row in March 1992. Griffin had scored 20 points in each of the...
Randy Foye had 28 points with a career-high eight 3-pointers and
the Los Angeles Clippers won their sixth consecutive game, 94-75
over the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night for their longest winning
streak in two decades.
After Chris Paul sank a last-second shot to beat the Blazers, the Clippers star was shown high-fiving fans. Check out the middle-aged man in the vest who gets snubbed by Paul.
That’s no ordinary middle-aged, vest wearing man. That’s Mark McGrath. You know, from Sugar Ray. “Iiii just wanna fly.” You know that song.
A lengthy stay at home appeared to provide just what the Los Angeles Clippers needed to end their struggles on the court and put aside any distractions off it.
The Clippers, though, will be on the road for much of the rest of the season starting Monday night against the Dallas Mavericks, winners of 10 in a row at home in the series.
Los Angeles entered its five-game homestand after...