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The Los Angeles Clippers today announced that they have assigned rookie guard Travis Leslie to the Bakersfield Jam of the NBA Development League.
This marks Leslies second stint with the Jam this season. In four games played with Bakersfield from March 2nd through March 11th, 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 1.4 points and 4.5 minutes in 10 games played for the Clippers this season.
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Although Los Angeles Clippers head coach Vinny Del Negro received a vote of confidence from Team Owner Donald Sterling and has been assured he will finish the season on the bench for the club earlier this week; unless the Clippers go deeper than expected in the Playoffs in the coming weeks, he will most likely be handed his walking papers once his team is eliminated from contention...
Chris Paul made a driving layup with 5 seconds to go, lifting the Los Angeles Clippers over the Portland Trail Blazers 98-97 on Friday night as they tied their season high with their fourth straight victory.
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The Clippers' search for consistency seemed like a fruitless one after a disastrous road trip. But three games since a humbling loss in New Orleans, the Clippers are all smiles.
"Winning is the best medicine," forward Blake Griffin said.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Blake Griffin threw down three dunks in a 1:40 span late in the fourth quarter and had 27 points and 14 rebounds in the Los Angeles Clippers' 103-86 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night.
Chris Paul had 15 points and 15 assists to help the Clippers move two games behind the Lakers in the Pacific Division. They have won five straight at home since...
This really DID happen!! Apparently, Reggie Evans was trying to get a point across during the Clippers and New Orleans game, which the Clippers did win (97-85) This happened at the 4:23 mark in the 2nd quarter, and will cost him $25,000 for the profane gesture. Next time Reggie, just suck it up and deal [...]
If you were looking for the dunk of the night in the NBA, it came courtesy of Portland Trail Blazers forward J.J. Hickson.
During the Blazers game against the Clippers, Hickson soared over Clippers center DeAndre Jordan for a sick one-handed jam:
Chris Paul hit the winning shot for the Clippers in their 98-97 victory over the Trail Blazers Friday, and by virtue of being the game’s hero, he got to choose who he engaged in his postgame celebration. CP3 spread the love by high-fiving some fans, but he left Sugar Ray singer and noted Lakers fan Mark McGrath hanging on a fist pound. Maybe Paul didn’t notice McGrath’s fist...
A week ago, the Los Angeles Clippers were struggling and their coach's job was seemingly in jeopardy.
Now, the Clippers will try to win five straight for the first time in over five years Saturday night when they host the Utah Jazz.
After losing three in a row and failing to reach 100 points in nine straight games, Los Angeles appears to be back on track with four consecutive...
A Blake Griffin dunk is always a source of joy. Even though lob city has slowed down. There are still moments. Wednesday night the Clippers and Suns faced off at Staples center. Blake of course had a highlight reel moment over Channing Frye. Poor Channing, he looked scared. And then to add insult to injury, [...]
Blake Griffin posterizing someone has become something of a weekly trend. The latest victim: Phoenix Suns forward Channing Frye: Griffin himself looked to be impressed with that dunk. Griffin finished the 103-86 Clippers victory with 27 points and 14 rebounds. And added another poster victim to the collection. -ALR
A return home has the Los Angeles Clippers winning again, and already looking toward the playoffs.
The Portland Trail Blazers are just trying to win back-to-back games for the first time in over two months.
The Clippers look to extend their home winning streak to six games by taking a season series from the Trail Blazers for the first time in five years Friday night.
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Tonight the Trailblazers look to win back-to-back games for the first time in 2 months and to do that they will have to beat a Clippers’ team that has won 3 in a row and is 18-8 at home.
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Portland TrailBlazers (24-27) at L.A. Clippers (29-21)
When: 10:30 PM ET, Friday, March 30, 2012