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The Los Angeles Clippers are playing some of the best basketball of any team in the NBA right now, and despite his numbers being down this season, Blake Griffin has been an essential part of this early success.
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Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin travels back in time again in a new commercial for the 2013 Kia Optima. In the ad, Griffin visits his younger self in 1999 and challenges his choice of video game at an arcade.
Nothing wrong with Griffin making some extra cash, because he's gotta make his money while he can.
Video via KiaMotorsAmerica. H/T TNLP.
I’m not certain how many Kia’s Blake Griffin has sold but, I know that the commercials for them featuring him are sheer genius! In the latest one, Blake time travels to a video arcade in 1999. Hilarity! The Clippers are looking to extend their 11 game winning streak to 12 as they take on the [...]
This storyline sells T…
According to the magazine, Kardashian’s “worst fear” came true when Odom allegedly partied with “two sexy brunettes.” The mag claims that three weeks ago, when Odom and his L.A. Clippers were in Oklahoma City to play the Thunder, after a night of clubbing at Skkybar, the Clippers star was “spotted lingering in an alley in the wee hours of the...
LOS ANGELES The elementary school shooting that occurred last week in Newtown, Conn., had an understandable impact on Clippers forward Caron Butler, the father of five. It struck so close to home that he sent out a holiday greeting to friends and the media to express his thanks and love for his children.
Butler and his wife Andre both have connections to Connecticut. Both attended...
LOS ANGELES -- This is what an 11-game winning streak feels like:
"Food tastes better, music sounds better, you sleep a little bit better, everything is a little bit better when you're winning," Chris Paul said Wednesday night. "We've just got to keep it going."
The Clippers are on a stupendous roll, one so special that team owner Donald Sterling felt...
Chauncey Billups got therapy Wednesday for what the Clippers said is peroneal tendonitis in his left foot.
Billups said there is no timetable for his return to playing again.
"I'm not really practicing on the court yet," Billups said. "When I get to do that, then we can assess that."
Billups said the team doctors and Clippers trainer Jasen Powell have recommended...
Blake Griffin scored 18 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the New Orleans Hornets 93-77 on Wednesday night for their franchise-record-tying 11th consecutive victory.
Jamal Crawford added 17 points, DeAndre Jordan scored 12, and Chris Paul had 10 points and 12 assists, surpassing 5,000 in his career for the Clippers, whose 19-6 record is tied with New York for second-best...
The Los Angeles Clippers haven't lost since hosting the New Orleans Hornets over three weeks ago.
Beating them this time at Staples Center would match the longest winning streak in franchise history.
Blake Griffin looks for a much better performance this time against the Hornets as the Clippers go for an 11th straight win Wednesday night.
Griffin had the worst game of his...
Since the Los Angeles Clippers played a basketball game last night, you knew there was going to be at least one quality highlight to make it to this website.
Check out Clippers center DeAndre Jordan rising up for a tip-jam of a missed shot by Chris Paul:
I know what your thinking...we just posted a nasty tip dunk from Clippers center DeAndre Jordan but as the old saying goes, "The More The Merrier".
In the seconds quarter of Wednesday night's Clippers/Hornets game, watch as Chris Paul finds DeAndre on the alley-oop dunk over New Orleans rookie Austin Rivers:
#tbt they got us all #USA
Here’s a video of Chris Paul throwing down a two-handed dunk. The Mayan apocalypse might actually be upon us.The best part of the clip is that his own son didn’t believe it happened. Hold on to your butts, because this is the most adorable thing you’re going to read today. From Kevin Arnovitz on Twitter, by way of The Basketball Jones:Well, technically he’s right. Maybe...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Blake Griffin scored 18 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the New Orleans Hornets 93-77 on Wednesday night for their franchise record-tying 11th consecutive victory.
Jamal Crawford added 17 points, DeAndre Jordan scored 12, and Chris Paul had 10 points and 12 assists, surpassing 5,000 in his career for the Clippers, whose 19-6 record is tied with New York...