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MINNEAPOLIS -- This is the difference between a team fighting for a playoff berth and a team fighting for the top spot in the NBA's ultra-competitive Western Conference. On Thursday at Target Center, the Los Angeles Clippers were without All-Star point guard Chris Paul. Still, the Clippers went out and used their impressive depth to record a 90-77 victory over Minnesota. The Timberwolves? Already without Kevin Love for the foreseeable future, they shook their collective heads as center Nikola Pekovic (quad contusion) and guard Alexey Shved (turned ankle) left the game in the second half, making an already untenable injury situation that much worse. Two ends of the spectrum. The Clippers (31-9) finished their three-game road trip 3-0 -- all without Paul. They have won six of their past seven games. The Wolves, meanwhile, matched a season high with their fifth straight loss, dropping to 16-20. Los Angeles trails the Oklahoma City Thunder by a half-game for the NBA's ...
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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...
The Los Angeles Clippers have ruled point guard Chris Paul out for Thursday night’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. It marks the third consecutive game Paul has missed with a bruised right knee cap. It doesn’t come as a huge surprise that he has been held out because the Clippers have said they won’t let [...]The post Dommermuth: Chris Paul Misses Third Straight With...
Chris Paul has been dealing with a bruised knee cap.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. While Chris Paul was getting his bruised right kneecap worked on in the training room Thursday morning, Caron Butler was on the Target Center court participating in the Clippers shoot-around.
Butler said he will play Thursday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves despite a sore right foot.
The Clippers have been listing Paul as day-to-day, but he has missed...
MINNEAPOLIS When TNT announced the starters Thursday for the NBA All-Star game, it didn't come as a surprise the Clippers had Chris Paul and Blake Griffin named to the Western Conference team.
Paul, who missed his third straight game Thursday night at Minnesota because of a bruised right kneecap, was picked to start in the backcourt alongside Lakers guard Kobe Bryant.
Chris Paul, who is battling a bruised knee, missed his second-straight game last night. In the first game he missed, the Clippers were able to overcome his absence and win. Last night, they did the same. Paul's absence though is being felt and as the Clippers face better talent, they will need him back.According to Arash Markazi of ESPN Los Angeles, Paul is feeling better...
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:
Having passed a pair of difficult road tests, the Los Angeles Clippers haven't missed a beat without their All-Star point guard.
The Clippers might have to try for their third straight win without Chris Paul on Thursday night when they visit the Minnesota Timberwolves, who have lost five of six without star Kevin Love.
After missing the past two games with a bruised right kneecap...
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...
Today marks the start of a new era: The Diff, where I’ll write lots and lots about sports stats. Kudos to friend and fantasy football semifinalist Marc Sugerman for coming up with the article name, a shoutout to the Q’s scoreboard. And thanks as always to Mike Brenkus for the design.
For my first-ever edition of The Diff, I wanted to focus on some thoughts I had about Kyrie...
Selected to the western squad was leading vote getter Kobe Bryant (1,591,437) four-time Kia NBA All-Star MVP (2002, 2007, 2009 and 2011), Chris Paul (929,155), Kevin Durant (1,504,047) the reigning Kia NBA All-Star MVP, Dwight Howard (922,070), and Blake Griffin (863,832).