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Vinny Del Negro
Los Angeles Clippers
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LOS ANGELES -- The way things are going for the Los Angeles Clippers, even a disappearing act by Blake Griffin is not enough to stop the magic. Not with Caron Butler and Jamal Crawford able to pull a rabbit out of a hat in a moment's notice. Butler scored 29 points, including 17 in the first quarter, and Crawford dominated the fourth quarter as the Clippers picked up their 17th consecutive win, beating the Utah Jazz 107-96 Sunday night at Staples Center. After barely eking out wins in two previous matchups with the Jazz this season -- 116-114 at Utah on Friday night and 105-104 at Staples Center on Dec. 3 -- the Clippers survived a brutal third-quarter stretch Sunday before their balanced bench sparked a big fourth quarter. The Jazz used a 17-4 run to take a 76-75 lead with just under two minutes left in the third quarter, but the Clippers regained the lead -- and the momentum -- in a hurry, never looking back. Los Angeles outscored Utah 28-20 in the fourth quarter while...
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The Los Angeles Clippers will not be denied. Their current winning streak is no longer exclusively about circus plays and highlight reels.
\As a strong team with a deep bench, the Clippers are playing tremendous fundamental basketball.
Let’s look at some of their best moments as-of-late.
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Earlier today, we featured a State Farm commercial starring Chris Paul called "Born to Assist" where Paul meets his twin brother, "Cliff Paul".Since Paul got a chance to wear a fake moustache for the commercial, the folks with the Los Angeles Clippers decided to give away free fake moustaches to fans on Thursday night.It appears that forward Blake Griffin got...
For those of you trying to track down the State Farm commercial starring Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul, your long search has come to a conclusion.The spot is called "Born To Assist" and features Chris playing himself along with a State Farm agent by the name of Cliff Paul:
Jamal Crawford scored 11 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Utah Jazz 107-96 on Sunday night for their 17th consecutive victory, becoming the third team in NBA history to record a perfect month.
The Clippers went 16-0 in December to join the 1995-95 San Antonio Spurs and 1971-72 Lakers as the only teams to go undefeated over a month. Their...
The Los Angeles Clippers are flying high right now, quite literally.The Clippers just wrapped up an undefeated month (16-0) and their 17th straight victory after racing past the visiting Utah Jazz, 107-96, on Sunday night.Chris Paul dished out a team-high nine assists for the home team, including one right here to teammate DeAndre Jordan.The duo hooked up for a monster alley oop...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jamal Crawford scored 11 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Utah Jazz 107-96 on Sunday night for their 17th consecutive victory, becoming the third team in NBA history to record a perfect month.
The Clippers went 16-0 in December to join the 1995-95 San Antonio Spurs and 1971-72 Lakers as the only teams to go undefeated...
Having wrapped up December with just the third 16-0 month in NBA history, the Los Angeles Clippers face tough challenges starting the new year.
They'll play four games this week, with two opponents having winning records and the other at .500. The Clippers take their franchise-record 17-game winning streak into Denver on Tuesday, where the Nuggets are 9-1 at home.
LOS ANGELES -- Caron Butler scored 29 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers made a late surge to pick up their 17th consecutive win, 107-96 victory over the Utah Jazz on Sunday night at Staples Center. After barely eking out wins in two previous matchups with the Jazz this season -- including a 116-114 victory at Utah on Friday night -- the Clippers survived a brutal third-quarter...
Happy New Year to everyone. I think we are all very excited to see how the rest of the NBA season unfolds and if the Clippers will ever lose again...tongue-in-cheek of course, but it is very exciting to see this team emerge as one of the best in the league right before our eyes. Here are my thoughts, notes and musings for the first week of 2013.
Coach of the year talk
As we head...
"And that girl, and that girl, and that girl, and that girl and her mom, and that girl..."Last time we checked in on Chris Paul’s adorable young son, he was giving us a good laugh at his dad’s expense, as CP3 asked him, “Who dunks?” to which he replied, “Blake!” The question, of course, came after the elder Paul threw down an impressive two-handed Phi Slamma...
The Los Angeles Clippers look to get their 17th straight victory tonight as they host the Utah Jazz. This is the second time in three days the two teams have met, with Utah losing a close one at home 116-114. The Jazz had a 19-point third quarter lead, but saw it slip away as Chris Paul took over down the stretch. Can Utah get back to .500 tonight?
AccuScore doesn’t seem to think...
By adding one more victory to their already historic winning streak, the Los Angeles Clippers can be part of an exclusive club.
The Utah Jazz have other plans after giving the Clippers their toughest time during the run.
The red-hot Clippers will try to become the third team in NBA history to complete a 16-0 month Sunday night when they close out December at home against the Jazz...
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: I never went anywhere
The Clippers have the best record in the NBA and are on a 16-game win streak. Is there any more proof necessary to say that the Clippers are the best team in the NBA right now?
Not a statement about where the Clippers might be in May or June, but this team...
Utah Jazz (15-16) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (24-6)
On Friday night, the Jazz raced out to a 16-point lead and seemed like they would be able to end the Clippers now 16-game win streak. It was the first time in a while the Los Angeles bench did not lead the way as Blake Griffin and Chris Paul were the guys driving the ship.
It was Paul leading the way to the finish...
Even though the Knicks have struggled in recent years the “buzzer beater” shot has actually been good to them. There was David Lee’s last second miraculous tip in win against Charlotte. Nate Robinson’s buzzer beater versus the Sixers was another memorable Garden moment. Then you had the heroics of Jamal Crawford who made a living taking last seconds shots, the two most exciting...