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Securing NBA veteran Chauncey Billups was a huge coup for the young Los Angeles Clippers team. What better player could the team want backing up Chris Paul and the Clippers' second unit.
However, as the season progressed, Billups ruptured his Achilles causing him to sit out the rest of the season and quite possibly, his career. And although reports state the Clippers are looking to secure another guard for the injured Billups, could "Mr. Big Shot" be coming back to the Clippers' bench?
Now before you Clippers fans jump out of your seat thinking Billups will be in uniform soon, well think again.
According to ESPN, Billups could be on the bench in a moral-supporting role for the Clips.
The Clippers are counting on Billups to rejoin them at some point though. As soon as he's past the initial stage of his recovery, he's expected to rejoin them on the bench and in the locker room to add the leadership and gravitas he immediately brought to the tea...
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Blake Griffin threw down a beautiful reverse jam off the lob from Mo Williams and directly over Greg Stiemsma of the Boston Celtics. Blake was telegraphing and calling for the dunk from the second Mo got the ball and headed down the court, which is why the dunk is that much more impressive. When you have the jumping ability of the Clippers All-Star Forward, you can pretty do...
Los Angeles Clippers all-star forward Blake Griffin took a pretty rough hit to the head from Golden State Warriors forward Dominic McGuire on Sunday night. The quick right jab stunned Griffin and it took him a while to remember exactly where he was.
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The Los Angeles Clippers Monday announced that they have recalled rookie guard Travis Leslie from the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League.
In his four game stint with the Jam, Leslie tallied 12.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 21.0 minutes per game.
The 47th overall selection in the 2011 NBA Draft, Leslie has averaged 1.5 points and 1.0 rebounds in eight games...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we have mention the saga of Los Angeles Clippers superfan Darrell Bailey who was asked by the Clippers to stop using their name as his trademark.Well at long last, it looks like the Clippers have lamented and Clipper Darrell is back for the long haul this time. In the below post from his blog, Clipper Darrell tells us the good news:I’M BACK...
Chris Paul is wearing the "Kobe" mask to protect his fractured nose from more damage tonight versus the Warriors. Must be and LA thing, it is the plastic surgery capital of the world after all.
Kobe Bryant isn’t the only All-Star in LA who’s wearing a protective mask these days. Clippers point guard Chris Paul was wearing one for his team’s game against the Warriors Sunday.
Paul sustained a nasal fracture in the first quarter of Friday’s win over the Spurs, according to the team. The fracture didn’t stop him from scoring 36 points and dishing 11 assists, but...
I’ve read so much speculation as of late concerning who is the NBA’s best point guard. The names generally associated with this topic are Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Derrick Rose, Steve Nash, Russell Westbrook, Rajon Rondo and Tony Parker.
Sure, you could begin make a case for guys like Kyle Lowry, John Wall and heck, even young fellas like Kyrie Irving and Ricky Rubio (R.I...
So all we've heard this year in the Association is how things in ClipperLand have changed. The sexiest team in the league! Lob City! Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan and Caron Butler and Chauncey Billups, and gosh, aren't they more fun than the old sad Lakers. Tickets are hot! It's the new new thing in the town that cares more about new and sexy tha any other...
During last night's NBA affair between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers, Clippers star forward Blake Griffin was not welcomed to a block party thrown by Warriors guard Monta Ellis.
Watch as Monta sends this ball into the front row:
Blake Griffin reverse alley-oop on Greg Stiemsma, right on cue, in the Clippers’ home loss to the Celtics.
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LOS ANGELES Chauncey Billups is expected to show up Tuesday at the Clippers facility, a reminder of the team's carefree and confident days, when anything the Clippers hoped for seemed as much in reach as an alley-oop pass.
Now, after a dispiriting 94-85 loss to Boston, the gravity of Billups' absence, the weight of new expectations and the depth of their shortcomings has...
Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers are coming off their most prolific offensive display of the season, but consistency remains elusive.
Opening a six-game homestand against the Golden State Warriors would appear to give them with a chance to start stringing victories together.
Paul and the Clippers look to win back-to-back games for the first time in nearly a month Sunday...
Follow me on Twitter @CLNS_Sean After an emotionally draining afternoon of basketball at the Staples Center, the Celtics have to go right back at it in the arena that Kobe built, even though they are playing the other tenants of the building, the Los Angeles Clippers. Less than 24 hours after The Lake [...]
8 a.m. ET: The first of two consecutive games in the Staples Center didn't go so well for the Celtics, so they'll take another crack at it Monday night -- late Monday night. The Celtics take on the newly popular Clippers in Los Angeles, hoping to ground Lob City for at least one night. It will be a challenge for the lumbering Celtics to keep high fliers like Blake Griffin...