Posted March 09, 2013 on
Watch video highlights of Cal's dominant 8-1 win over visiting Fresno State on Friday, behind home runs from Michael Theofanopoulos and Chris Paul, and seven strikeouts from Ryan Mason.
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Sophomore infielder Chris Paul slugs his second homer of the weekend and notched a first-inning bases-clearing double to lead the Bears to a four-game home sweep of Fresno State.
Chris Paul sets up the oop to DeAndre Jordan. Just watch.
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DeAndre Jordan threw down a powerful alley-oop from Chris Paul Sunday that has him as our front-runner for NBA dunk of the year.
During the second quarter of the Los Angeles Clippers’ 129-97 beatdown on the Detroit Pistons, Jordan charged down the paint, took a lob from Paul and threw it down with amazing force that knocked would-be defender Brandon Knight to the ground.
Holy smokes - what DeAndre Jordan (with help from Chris Paul) last night to Brandon Knight should be illegal.
Kevin Foster scored 25 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in his final regular season game as Fresno State secured the 7th seed in the 2013 Reese’s MW Basketball Championships with a 61-52 win over UNLV Saturday afternoon in Las Vegas. It is the first time in school history that the Bulldogs have swept the Rebels in a season…
Dunks are cool, but the game is not all about offense (honest Mike D'Antoni). You have to have some good defense in there too.
Like Kenneth Farried did here when he rejected the hel* out of Chris Paul's shot!
Blake Griffin led seven players in double figures with 22 points on 9 of 12 shooting and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Detroit Pistons 129-97 on Sunday night for their 10th win in 13 games.
Chris Paul had 20 points and 14 assists, and Caron Butler added 15 points before leaving in the third quarter with a left elbow contusion. Matt Barnes had 16 points, DeAndre Jordan added...
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Annihilation Nation: Led by Chris Paul’s 20 points (9 of 12) and 14 dimes, the Los Angeles Clippers destroyed the visiting Detroit Pistons by a margin of 32 points with ease. The Pistons, after witnessing the death of Brandon Knight, were never the same, as they returned in the second half without any answers on either side of the floor. Blake Griffin...
The NBA community stopped what it was doing on Sunday night as it was mesmerized by a DeAndre Jordan lob dunk from Chris Paul on Brandon Knight.
By Mike Elworth: Publisher and Editor of HoopStuff
Everyone loves watching the Los Angeles Clippers play basketball, as they are simply an incredibly entertaining team. There is no better show in the NBA than Lob City. They have the best point guard in the NBA, in Chris Paul, another star in Blake Griffin, who is the NBA’s most explosive dunker, the NBA’s soon to be Sixth Man...
George And Mini George
Tonight on the late game on TNT in the Asso- ciation, the home-town Denver Nuggets more or less ran the visiting Los Angeles Clippers into the floorboards for a surprisingly easy, though not an actual blowout, win. Ty Lawson gave Chris Paul real trouble, Andre Iguodala continued his mid-season renaissance, Kenneth "Manimal" Faried had yet another...