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Chris Paul brought his son to the post game press conference after the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Memphis Grizzlies. Chris was discussing a specific part of the game and asked his son to imitate Blake Griffin’s game face. The kid did a spot on imitation of it and the crowd loved it. Thanks kid for creating a meme for us. The LA Clippers lead the series 2-1 against the Memphis Grizzlies. JUMP!
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LOS ANGELES- The Memphis Grizzlies flat out stepped onto the court and tested the manhood of the Clippers during Game 3 of their playoff series. What they got in return was a series of well-timed counter punches that lead to a Lob City victory. Please click the link below to read the rest of this article and watch a Blake Griffin super-dunk from the game.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul's son makes the face of Blake Griffin during press conference after the Clippers win over the Memphis Grizzlies, check it out:
Tonight in LA, Chris Paul did what he does in the playoffs: put a clearly inferior team on his back and dragged them to victory. And in the process, he cemented his status as the best point in the world, the best guard in Los Angeles, and the most compelling player in the playoffs.How good was CP3? He was the Clipper offense in the fourth quarter and overtime, when the team's...
The Los Angeles Clippers beat the Memphis Grizzlies by a score of 87-86, the difference a great play by Blake Griffin to end the 2nd quarter.
With the Clippers leading by 2 with 2.3 seconds remaining in the 2nd quarter the Grizzlies were taking the ball out underneath the basket. At worst Memphis would go into halftime only down by 2 points, but Griffin had other ideas...
LA Clipper Chris Paul tells his son to make the "Blake Face" during the postgame press conference.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- If the Los Angeles Clippers hadn't been so inept at the free throw line, Rudy Gay's last-second shot wouldn't have mattered.
Chris Paul had 24 points and 11 assists and high-flying Blake Griffin added 17 points for the Clippers, who beat the Memphis Grizzles 87-86 Saturday only after Gay missed a 3-pointer just before the buzzer.
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Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we have shown you the dunking feats of Clippers forward Blake Griffin and last night's Clippers/Grizzlies game four provided us with another memorable dunk.
Check out this dunk that Griffin pulled off over Hamed Haddadi as he slams on down while getting hit in the face:
Later in the game, Griffin finished another impressive slam...
LOS ANGELES -- Despite a bit of a third-quarter collapse, the Los Angeles Clippers took command of their first-round series with Memphis, defeating the Grizzlies 87-86. Chris Paul put the Clippers up for good in the final two minutes, shaking to his right to can a contested jumper and finding Blake Griffin for a baseline jam. Rudy Gay had some late-game heroics of his own, but...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul scored eight of his 27 points in a dynamic overtime performance, and the Los Angeles Clippers moved to the brink of their second playoff series victory in 36 years with a 101-97 win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night, taking a 3-1 series lead.
Blake Griffin had 30 points and seven assists before fouling out with 2:26 left in overtime for the...
The Los Angeles Clippers want to get more physical with the Memphis Grizzlies while reintroducing their long-suffering fans to playoff basketball.
To Blake Griffin, it's simple.
''We have to be the more aggressive team. That's the biggest thing,'' Griffin said Friday.
The Clippers will get their chance in front of a friendly crowd at Staples Center in Game...
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