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Clippers center DeAndre Jordan has had his named mentioned in trade times several times over the past two seasons, and they all included high-caliber players in exchange.
Jordan told RealGM that he took all the trade talk as a sign of respect from opposing teams.
“If I go, that just means that, honestly, somebody else wants you,” Jordan told RealGM on Tuesday. “As long as someone else is interested, and you’re wanted, you can’t feel negative. I never listened to the s— on the news or the radio. I just wanted to get better and be ready for the season. Whatever jersey I had on, I really didn’t care to be honest with you.
“And if I got traded, then s—, so what? I’m still going to be in the NBA. I’m still going to be playing the game that I love, just for a different team.”
With Garnett and company in Brooklyn, Jordan should now be firmly entrenched in L.A.
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Jordan Brand and Blake Griffin hosted a shoe release party in Santa Monica for the Super.Fly2 which will be worn by the Clippers All-Star this upcoming season. Among the highlights at the unveiling included 6’10 Griffin playing prop and getting dunked over by 5’10 Young Hollywood. photo via Cassy Athena
It’s the dog days of summer – and the NBA – so this Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers commercial spot came at the most opportune time and is quite entertaining with the Dr. Drain bit. Even better, it was shot on the same court that ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ was filmed.The post Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin stars in new Jordan commercial (Video) appeared...
Is the Los Angeles Clippers Blake Griffin the next guy to take over the Jordan brand?
This video clip of his new spot provides room to think so.
Either he or his buddy Drain are about to elevate themselves to a higher level. Blake Griffin and Drain form a dynamic duo
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NBA Star Chris Paul (LA Clippers) knows how to dress for a baseball game, take a look at his essentials (styled by @notasocialite) for the LA Dodgers game he attended yesterday. Chris’ coordinated look consisted of a $51 Jack Spade ‘Boorman’ Henley, Shades of Grey sweats, LA Dodgers snapback hat, and $104 Air Jordan 1 sneakers. Are you a fan of the look? Chris Paul’s Dodgers...
The ad wizards over at Nike have created some classic commercials over the years and this one called “Blake and Drain” starring Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin looks to be an instant classic.
The premise of the commercial has Blake at a pick-up basketball game meeting an individual who calls himself, “D’arryl Drain” who talks a big game but doesn’t back it up:
It’s not often that we get to talk about Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin getting dunked over but this is one of those few times that we get to.
Over the weekend, Griffin was at a Jordan brand sneaker release party in Santa Monica, California when Blake gave some assistance to a street ball player by the name of Young Hollywood.
Check out as the 5’11 Hollywood rises...
Greg Oden who last played in the NBA in 2009 and has had multiple major knee surgeries since then got a contract for next season before Lamar Odom.
Which tells you about how far Odom’s stock has fallen.
He is battling Antawn Jamison and Al Harrington for the “veteran forward at the end of the bench” role and is losing out. His apparently rocky personal life is all over the...
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Before Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce packed their bags for Brooklyn, rumors swirled that they may instead be joining coach Doc Rivers in Los Angeles with the Clippers. This was before David Stern stepped in and went all “I’m David Stern AND I RUN SH*T HERE.” The presumed package for Garnett, Pierce, and Rivers was based around Eric Bledsoe, and DeAndre...
A couple of weeks ago, Los Angeles Clippers stars Blake Griffin/Chris Paul and New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony got the chance to throw out the ceremonial first pitches at a Taiwanese baseball game.
The announcer on the field instructed the three NBA stars to throw their pitches at the same time but due to some miscommunication, Carmelo delivered his pitch a little later than...