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SAN ANTONIO -- Blake Griffin scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 92-87 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night at the AT&T Center. The Clippers, who led the whole second half, let the Spurs back in when Manu Ginobili's driving layup made it 89-87 with 1:26. However, Chris Paul hit a turnaround jumper with 24 seconds to go, and then Eric Bledsoe connected on a free throw to give Los Angeles enough margin for the win. Paul finished with 19 points and eight assists. Matt Barnes added 14 points, DeAndre Jordan had 13, and Jamal Crawford scored 12 for the Clippers (8-2). Los Angeles defeated San Antonio twice in a season for the first time since 1996-97. The Clippers defeated the Spurs 106-84 on Nov. 7. San Antonio, playing without forward Stephen Jackson, who fractured his right little finger in the first quarter, struggled from the field, shooting 35 percent. Both teams' aggressiveness escalated in the third quar...
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Tweet Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul has been regarded as one of the best PG’s in the NBA since his rookie season, and for good reason. Paul is one of the few players in the league that if on your team, you always have a chance to pull out a win. Paul was [...]
The San Antonio Spurs had rallied within a basket of the Los Angeles Clippers with less than 30 seconds remaining and the crowd was buzzing.
Some would call it a tense situation. Chris Paul calls it ''winning time.''
Paul had 19 points and eight assists and the Clippers beat San Antonio 92-87 on Monday night for their second win against the Spurs this season.
The Los Angeles Clippers' 92-87 road win against the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night was the starkest proof yet that it no longer takes several years and a couple of lucky bounces in the NBA lottery to fashion a winning, sustainable basketball culture.
Today, in a climate in which one galvanizing star can become the magnet to attract more stars and a bevy of depth behind them...
For a 6-11 power forward in the NBA, San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan sure can handle the ball on the fast break.
During last night's loss to the Clippers, TD provided the fans something to cheer about despite how the game ended. Check out "Magic" Duncan (as the Spurs' TV announcer says in the video below) taking the ball end-to-end with a little stutter move...
San Antonio Spurs forward Stephen Jackson suffered a non-displaced fracture in his right little finger Monday, and he is expected to miss four to six weeks. Jackson, who was playing in place of Kawhi Leonard, out due to left knee tendinitis, was hurt in the first quarter of the Spurs' home game against the Los Angeles Clippers. He scored two points and grabbed two rebounds...
The Clippers vs. Spurs has developed into an actual rivalry. After the Spurs bounced the Clippers out of the playoffs last season, Clipper Nation has come roaring back early this season defeating the Spurs for the second time in a week in succinct fashion. Need a real life illustration of that point? Check out Chris [...]
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we have posted some rather strange injuries that players in the Association have suffered and the latest player to add to the list is Spurs guard Gary Neal.Apparently, Neal suffered a lacerated finger when attempting to zip up one of his pieces of luggage for a previous road trip:Neal suffered a cut on his finger while packing his luggage for...
During last night's Los Angeles Clippers/San Antonio Spurs affair, Spurs forward Stephen Jackson attempted to corral a loose ball in the first quarter.As he went for it, Jackson's left hand collided with Clippers guard Willie Green and caused his pinkie finger to dislocate:Jackson's finger injury will cause him to miss 4-6 weeks of action.
It's been sometime since we last heard from "Coach B" aka San Antonio Spurs' Matt Bonner.
You remember those quirky, yet funny videos starring Bonner as "Coach B" giving pointers on the fundamentals of basketball. Of course you do. Who can forget them?
Well it seems there were a few lost episodes of "Coach B's" videos which include...
Take one look at the comments section on recent posts on Project Spurs, specifically the one about the San Antonio Spurs possibly calling up James Anderson and you'll find an ongoing meme.
Spurs fans want some size at either the power forward or center position.
It seemed like a bad joke when Spurs coach Gregg Popovich mentioned Cory Joseph rejoining the team with Stephen...
The Spurs and Thunder are a combined 16-6.
Over the next three days Boston will host a pair of 8-3 Western Conference powers, San Antonio and Oklahoma City. Last season the Spurs posted a league best 50-16 (tied with Chicago) regular season record, while the Thunder went 47-19 and then reached the NBA Finals. There's a decent chance the 6-5 Celtics could wake up Saturday...
A big reason for the Los Angeles Clippers' strong start has been their ability to beat some of the NBA's other top teams.
The visiting Clippers will need to pass another major test when they try to win seven in a row for the first time in 21 years Wednesday night against the surging Oklahoma City Thunder.
Los Angeles (8-2) opened the season with victories over Western Conference...
SAN ANTONIO -- With the attention in Los Angeles always on the Lakers, the Los Angeles Clippers are used to playing second fiddle to the purple and gold. If the Clippers have their way, though, it might not stay that way for long. "We're hungry," Clippers forward Matt Barnes said. "The talk of the town, in our town, is always the Lakers. We feel we have just...
at San Antonio Spurs (8-3) at Boston Celtics (6-5)Wednesday, November 21, 20127:30 PM ET Regular Season Game #12 Home Game #6TV: CSN-NE, FSSW, NBA-LP 756(SAS)/757(BOS)Radio: WOAI, WEEI TD Garden Referees: Ron Garretson, David Jones, Mark Lindsay The Celtics try to rebound from their worst loss of the season as they
host the surging San Antonio Spurs. The Celtics...