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The La Salle Explores are now in the big show, as they defeated Boise State on Wednesday night. The Sixers fell to Blake Griffin and the LA Clippers, 101-72.
La Salle defeated Boise State 80-71. On La Salle's 150 anniversary, the team took down Boise State and they will now face #4 Kansas St. (Total Sports Live)
The Sixers fell to the Los Angeles Clippers, 101-72 on Wednesday. The loss extends the Sixers road losing streak to 14 games. (Interstate 76ers)
Sixers fans, is Nick Young worth his weight in swag? ( I-76ers)
This offseason, the Flyers will have some major decisions to make. One key decision being their amnesty clause. Will the Flyers use it on their highest cap hit, Danny Briere? (The Orange Update)
Yesterday, the Eagles worked out E.J. Manuel, a 6'5 quarterback. (Bleeding Green Nation)
Former Phillies, Roy Oswalt is looking to make a return, but only to a contender. (Philliedelphia)
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It wouldn't be a week here at That NBA Lottery Pick without an impressive slam dunk from Clippers forward Blake Griffin.Earlier tonight against the Sacramento Kings, Blake showed off his athleticism as he threw down an impressive baseline reverse slam dunk:
The Los Angeles Clippers have enjoyed some great success this season, even more than their LA counterpart, the Lakers. While much credit can be given to the veteran leadership of Chris Paul and Chauncey Billups, the overall improvement of Blake Griffin, must be noted. While Griffin has been known for his highlight dunks and mean stare downs after putting a defender on the poster...
BIZARRO LOB CITY
The Los Angeles Clippers connected on their league leading 5,000,000th alley-oop last night, and it was so nice they did it twice. Check out the rather unorthodox Blake Griffin to DeAndre Jordan connection which was locked and loaded last night. [NBA] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Whenever anyone talks about dunking in the immediate future they will not be able to do so without mentioning the Los Angeles Clippers as hands down the best dunking team in the NBA. The team affectionately known as Lob City makes the most high-flying and acrobatic of dunks look easy.
Allow me to enter the following clip from Wednesday night's game as evidence!
The Harvard men’s basketball team rose to the occasion Thursday night, defeating No. 3 New Mexico 68-62 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first tournament victory in the school’s history.
Tommy Amaker‘s players were jumping for joy and living in the moment afterward, but they weren’t the only people who enjoyed the upset victory. Check out tweets from some...
Following one of their worst defensive games of the season, the Los Angeles Clippers put together perhaps their best performance in their last contest.
They may face a stiffer challenge trying to contain the Brooklyn Nets, who haven't had any trouble scoring so far on their road trip.
The Pacific Division-leading Clippers will try to claim back-to-back victories for the first...