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Chris Paul had 22 points and 11 assists, Blake Griffin added 17 points and 11 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers hung on to beat the pesky Washington Wizards 94-87 on Saturday night.
Coming off a sweep of their three-game road trip through Memphis, Houston and Minnesota, the Clippers improved their home record to 19-4. The win was their fourth in a row since the 104-101 loss to Orlando on Jan. 12 that ended their franchise-record, 13-game home winning streak.
The Clippers won despite shooting a season-low 36.6 percent from the field. Paul, the NBA player of the month for December, returned to the lineup after missing three games because of a bruised right kneecap and scored seven points in the final 3:14.
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To continue with our Chris Paul theme this Saturday, the fine folks over at State Farm recently released this clip of Chris being interviewed by "his twin" Cliff Paul.In all honesty, I like these commercials but do you just need to throw on a fake moustache to have an alter-ego?(Courtesy of Total Pro Sports)
What would Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul look like wearing black spectacles and a thick mustache? He would look like his fake twin brother Cliff Paul.Seen here is the All-Star point man in an interview with himself and well, himself. Paul channels his inner-nerd to portray an insurance agent for State Farm.What is the topic of discussion being dished out? Assists, of course...
Chris Paul had missed the Los Angeles Clippers last three games after suffering a bruised knee against the Orlando Magic last Saturday. In his absence, the team still managed to go 3-0. Last night, Paul returned and helped the Clippers run their winning streak to four-straight. Paul played 35 minutes against the Washington Wizards, and the Clippers came away with a 94-87 victory...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul had 22 points and 11 assists, Blake Griffin added 17 points and 11 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers hung on to beat the pesky Washington Wizards 94-87 on Saturday night.
Coming off a sweep of their three-game road trip through Memphis, Houston and Minnesota, the Clippers improved their home record to 19-4. The win was their fourth in a row since...
In the NBA, sometimes player celebrations can cause defense lapses and during Golden State's game against the Los Angeles Clippers earlier today, LA guard Chris Paul took advantage of it.After Golden State's Stephen Curry had hit a three-point shot, the Warriors defense had a mental lapse and allowed an easy bucket for CP3:
LOS ANGELES -- The "MVP! MVP!" chants cascading from the crowd at Staples Center toward Chris Paul sounded extra loud on Sunday night. Perhaps because Paul returned from a three-game absence, and Los Angeles Clippers fans just missed their star point guard. Perhaps because Paul played like one, yet again. The Clippers survived a poor shooting night to defeat the visiting...
Chris Paul has been dealing with a bruised knee cap.
Here's a look at the Jordan CP3.VI Black History Month PE that Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul wore during their game against the Golden State Warriors on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
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Over the years, the National Basketball Association have put together some pretty classic ad campaign and this one directed by director Spike Lee might be another one to add to the long list of great NBA commercials.Watch as Chris Paul shows off his disappearing act during a game against the Los Angeles Clippers and even grabs a quick snack with Steve Nash and Magic Johnson:
Warriors’ guard, Kent Bazemore, doesn’t see much action on the court, but his sideline antics/celebrations are some of the best in the league. Earlier in the season in a game vs. the Clippers, Blake Griffin bricked a three-pointer off the side of the backboard and a Warriors bench celebration ensued. Monday, Griffin gave them another treat as he airballed a three point attempt...
While they weren't completely satisfied with their latest performance, the Los Angeles Clippers managed to win again in spite of Chris Paul's absence.
The Clippers would love to have their All-Star point guard back for their brief return home, a matchup with the suddenly surging Washington Wizards on Saturday night.
Paul has missed the past three games with a bruised right...
OAKLAND, Calif. - The Golden State Warriors turned a three-point deficit into a six-point advantage with a late 9-0 run Monday afternoon and then held on for a 106-99 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers that allowed the Warriors to win the season series from the Pacific Division-leading Clippers. The Warriors, who entered the game as the only team to have beaten the Clippers...