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One of the great things about the sport of basketball is that professional players can actually play against their fans.Last week, before the Miami Heat's preseason game in Shanghai against the Los Angeles Clippers, Chris Paul faced some streetball players outside of the Nike Huaihai to help promote his new shoe; the "CP3 VI's":After the game, Paul decided to give some of the players a pair of his new kicks.(Courtesy of Beyond The Buzzer)
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The regular season hasn’t even started yet but Lob City is in full effect. In a recent preseason game against the Utah Jazz, the Los Angeles Clipper duo of Blake Griffin and Chris Paul once again put on a show.
On the fast break Paul threw a perfect alley oop pass to Griffin who threw it down with authority. Check it out on the video below.
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Jamal Crawford signed a free agent deal with the Clippers this offseason, so he decided to spend the summer doing something he's never done: Work on his shot.
Chris Paul wears a brace on his thumb in practice and in games.
That's Victoria Justice's booty up there. The Skum rocks! star was at the Worldwide Day of Play in Washington, DC.
LeBron James and Chris Paul? Approved.
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You may remember the Jeremy Evans block on one end of the court, dunk on the other end of the court, but it’s not a Los Angeles Clippers game unless there is at least one Blake Griffin dunk. Here is Chris Paul dishing it to Blake Griffin who goes in for the dunk. The Clippers [...]The post Chris Paul to Blake Griffin Alley-Oop Dunk (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
In a preseason matchup between the Jazz and the Clippers, there was one of the best dunks of the young NBA season, and no, it wasn’t from Blake Griffin. Jeremy Evans absolutely embarrassed veteran big man Ronny Turiaf by rejecting his shot, scooping up the ball, and hammering it down on Turiaf at the other end.Maybe Evans wanted to prove to Clipper Management that he would be a...