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PLAYA VISTA, Calif. Blake Griffin would have preferred to see Oklahoma City forward Serge Ibaka get suspended after striking him in the groin on national TV Sunday, but the Clippers forward said he would accept whatever the NBA decided in the matter.
I dont really see how it can be let go, but if it is, whatever, Griffin said after practice Tuesday. Im not going to do anything about it. Im not going to cry, Im not going to complain in the paper or anything like that.
Ibaka was fined 25,000 by the league, and the flagrant foul 1 he was assessed in the game was upgraded to a flagrant 2 by NBA executive vice president for basketball operations Stu Jackson, meaning Ibaka should have been ejected.
The foul occurred with 1 minute 52 seconds left in the fourth quarter of a game the Thunder eventually won, 108-104.
The league makes those decisions, Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said. Obviously, we have a different opinion on that, but you have to go with what the league says, and hope...
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Blake Griffin needs to be applauded for finding the humor in the dirty flangrant-2 foul that was delivered to him by Serge Ibaka the other night. While the NBA hit him with a hefty fine, Griffin wisely kept quiet until early Wednesday morning when he decided to get creative with a message from his future self: Kid Blake: Who are you? Future Blake: you from the future… Don’t listen...
A new NBA rivalry is brewing between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers have emerged as one of the teams that could challenge the Thunder for the Western Conference title, and they were going for the season sweep of OKC on Sunday.
It looked like the Thunder were going to run away with it, up by as many as 19 in the third quarter, but the Clippers...
The Los Angeles Clippers are highly regarded as the new “Showtime” in the city of angels.
The tandem of Jamal Crawford and Blake Griffin pulled off a through-the-legs-alleyoop-to-Tomahawk-dunk that was sensational in their 117-101 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.
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Is there a double standard in the NBA regarding fouls, suspensions, and fines? Matt Barnes of the Los Angeles Clippers thinks so. After the league handed out a $25,000 fine to Serge Ibaka for his groin shot to Blake Griffin, the league has been speaking out. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade both think Ibaka should have been suspended.If you didn't see the punch, check...
Leave it to the venom-spitting Black Mamba to put the Serge Ibaka-Blake Griffin incident into proper perspective.
When asked about Ibaka’s chop to Griffin’s groin Sunday during the Thunder-Clippers game, Bryant told reporters Monday how he would have reacted.
“I probably would have smacked him in the mouth,” Bryant said of Ibaka, via Mark Medina of the LA Daily News.
I had the same reaction when I heard the news, Blake.
If you haven’t seen it yet, Serge Ibaka delivered a blatant nut shot to Blake Griffin on Sunday, the likes of which Kobe Bryant commented ”I probably would have smacked him in the mouth.” The shot was so blatant and so dirty, just check it out for yourself:
I was expecting a major fine and at least a 1 game suspension...
Tweet When it comes to the Los Angeles Clippers, it’s obvious that they’ve earned the name “Lob City” with the absurd amount of alley-oops that go up to Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. However, through all the lobs that we’ve seen over the past two years, I don’t know if there’s ever been one quite [...]
A month ago, Matt Barnes was suspended for striking Greg Stiemsma of the TWolves in the neck. A few days later, Metta World Peace was suspended for striking Brandon Knight in the face. On Sunday, Serge Ibaka struck Barnes teammate, Blake Griffin, in the groin. Tuesday, Ibaka was handed a lesser punishment than the aforementioned and fined 25K for his actions. Matt Barnes...
Blake Griffin wowed the audience with a massive windmill jam after Clippers teammate Jamal Crawford got things going with a through-the-legs pass.
Blake Griffin had 23 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists for his third career triple-double, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Milwaukee Bucks 117-101 on Wednesday night for their 10th win in 13 games.
Jamal Crawford had 25 points and Matt Barnes added 20, while Chris Paul had 14 points and nine assists to help the Pacific Division leaders improve to 24-7 at home.
The Oklahoma City Thunder's Serge Ibaka put back the Lakers' Dwight Howard in a big way on Tuesday night.
LOS ANGELES -- When the NBA playoffs begin in April, the Clippers will know exactly which team presents their greatest challenge.
It won't be their first-round opponent, although any postseason series is likely to be a significant test. It will undoubtedly be the Oklahoma City Thunder.
In three games this season, the Clippers have lost to the Thunderthree times. Their chance...