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LOS ANGELES -- This is what an 11-game winning streak feels like:
"Food tastes better, music sounds better, you sleep a little bit better, everything is a little bit better when you're winning," Chris Paul said Wednesday night. "We've just got to keep it going."
The Clippers are on a stupendous roll, one so special that team owner Donald Sterling felt...
About time an NBA star had no clue how many career stats he has. This is refreshing from all the bonehead players you will see below trying to pad stats in order to accomplish a triple double.
Anyways, congrats to CP3 for doing his thing.
Here’s a video of Chris Paul throwing down a two-handed dunk. The Mayan apocalypse might actually be upon us.The best part of the clip is that his own son didn’t believe it happened. Hold on to your butts, because this is the most adorable thing you’re going to read today. From Kevin Arnovitz on Twitter, by way of The Basketball Jones:Well, technically he’s right. Maybe...
#tbt they got us all #USA
I’ve heard whispers that CP3 isn’t as enamored with the Clippers — or playing with Blake — as advertised, but since it has come from execs on other teams, I’m a little wary about how much credence to give it. They’re still very thin on the front line, particularly when it comes to scoring in half-court sets. If they get to the conference finals, it would be a significant...
I know what your thinking...we just posted a nasty tip dunk from Clippers center DeAndre Jordan but as the old saying goes, "The More The Merrier".
In the seconds quarter of Wednesday night's Clippers/Hornets game, watch as Chris Paul finds DeAndre on the alley-oop dunk over New Orleans rookie Austin Rivers:
These are heady days for the long-suffering Los Angeles Clippers. They've tied a franchise record with an 11-game winning streak and at 19-6 are tied for the second-best record in the NBA.
Still, Chris Paul wants to keep the fans' euphoria in check, saying, ''We're not trying to peak now. We're trying to build something.''
While the Lakers, their...
USING 'SING' LOOSELY
Christmas is just days away and what does that mean in the NBA? The iconic NBA games that are played on Christmas – five of them -and to advertise the big day there is this video below. It has James Harden, Jason Kidd, Blake Griffin, and Chris Paul singing a special rendition of Jingle Bells. [...]The post NBA Players Sing Jingle Bells (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
To get fans in the mood for Christmas Day basketball, the NBA has teamed up with ESPN to create a commercial featuring Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, James Harden and Jason Kidd singing "Jingle Bells", featuring customized basketball-themed lyrics.
It's good to see Harden get into the holiday spirit, as he missed out on singing "I Have a Little Dreidel" with...
Continuing with my theme of “Hey, here’s some good news, let’s talk about this!” that started with Andre Johnson’s incredibly kind effort and continued with Chris Paul’s equally generous charitable act, sports teams in every league except the one with a commissioner who is ruining Canada’s Christmas have been pitching in to help kids in their communities. Earlier this...
Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Chauncey Billups and the Los Angeles Clippers partied at Myst Ultra Lounge in Detroit on Sunday night prior to winning their 10th straight game on Monday vs. the Pistons:
On the final night of their perfect road trip, the Clippers should have had an easier time against the Detroit Pistons. But as they've shown so often this season, playing good defense at critical times can often bail them out.
They needed it. The Clippers held the Pistons to 16 points in the fourth quarter, won the game 88-76 and picked up their 10th consecutive victory.
I'll be honest, I'm not really sure who was behind this rather interesting holiday video done by the Los Angeles Clippers but I'm going to assume that it didn't take them long to do it.Watch as Lamar Odom, Chris Paul, and Chauncey Billups wish everyone a Happy Holidays and well, the Photoshop skills are a tad lacking on this clip:
Now that we have gone through a quarter of the regular NBA season, it is only appropriate to begin discussions on which player should be given the MVP award. In my personal opinion, there are really only four clear-cut candidates for the MVP. Let’s start with the player I think will once again take home [...]