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Pro Sports Daily:
Los Angeles Clippers
SALT LAKE CITY -- Blake Griffin scored 30 points, and Jamal Crawford hit two key free throws with 5.7 seconds remaining as the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Utah Jazz 105-104 Monday night. Utah's Randy Foye hit a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds remaining and then stole the inbounds pass from his former team, but the guard couldn't get off a potential game-winning shot before the final buzzer. Mo Williams, who played for the Clippers the previous season and a half, led Utah with 20 points and a season-high 12 assists. Foye added 19 points. It wasn't quite enough for the Jazz to prevent their first loss at EnergySolutions Arena in seven home games this season. The Jazz led by as many as 13 points in the first half, but Griffin and Crawford, who scored 20, sparked the Clippers' comeback. Los Angeles (11-6) won its third win in a row. Utah (9-10) lost its third consecutive game, even though the team shot 74 percent in the first quarter and 56.8 percent for the game....
BEST OF MAXIM
In a picture from Complex, Blake Griffin was spotted in Hollywood getting into his Mercedes-Benz. Apparently, this photo is of the Clippers forward getting into his whip after having dinner at a fancy steakhouse with a teammate. One may be asking why this is relevant. The reason for this is because Blake Griffin is sponsored by Kia. Now do those lame, but funny, commercials...
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Blake Griffin scored 30 points, Jamal Crawford added 20 off the bench and the Los Angeles Clippers defeated Utah 105-104 on Monday night to hand the Jazz their first loss at home this season.
Crawford made a pair of free throws late and ex-Clipper Randy Foye countered with a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds remaining. But Foye's desperation 3 after stealing...
SALT LAKE CITY -- It took a wild finish, but the Los Angeles Clippers did something no other NBA road team was able to do in the first month of the season. Win at Utah. Blake Griffin scored 30 points, Jamal Crawford hit two key free throws with 5.7 seconds remaining, and the Clippers outscored the previously unbeaten-at-home Jazz by 11 in the fourth quarter to escape with a 105...
Jamal Crawford scored 17 points off the bench, leading seven Clippers in double-digit scoring, and Los Angeles rested all of its starters in the fourth quarter of a 116-81 blowout of the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night.
The Clippers beat Sacramento for the fourth straight time. Blake Griffin had 14 points and nine rebounds, Chris Paul had 14 points and five assists, and DeAndre...
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: Paul, Griffin come alive in final act/quarter
A good piece of music rises and falls like a good story. It climaxes at the end and builds and builds.
Excuse the cliche, but it fits what happend when the Clippers won at EnergySolutions Arena, erasing a 10-point deficit entering...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jamal Crawford scored 17 points off the bench, leading seven Clippers in double-digit scoring, and Los Angeles rested all of its starters in the fourth quarter of a 116-81 blowout of the Sacramento Kings on Saturday night.
The Clippers beat Sacramento for the fourth straight time. Blake Griffin had 14 points and nine rebounds, Chris Paul had 14 points and five...
Los Angeles Clippers (10-6) vs. Utah Jazz (9-9)
When it comes to teams straddling the line between the two post, grind-it-out basketball and the stretch-4, spread the floor basketball that has pervaded the NBA, these two teams are in the middle of that spectrum. If the Grizzlies are on one end and the Heat are on the other, the Clippers and Jazz are truly in the middle...
LOS ANGELES -- The most notable fact about the Clippers this season isn't that they're beating good teams. It's that they were losing to bad ones.
The Heat, Spurs, Grizzlies and Lakers? No problem. The Hornets and Cavaliers? For some inexplicable reason, the Clippers sank to various levels of incompetency.
But it's possible they finally figured out what they were...
LOS ANGELES -- Behind a concentrated team effort, the Los Angeles Clippers easily handled the visiting Sacramento Kings on Saturday night, 116-81, at Staples Center. Seven Clippers scored in double-figures, but none more than reserve guard Jamal Crawford's 17 points as Los Angeles head coach Vinny Del Negro emptied out the bench. Ten Clippers played between 17 and 29 minutes...