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LOS ANGELES -- He came and wowed Drew League fans in the summer of 2011 by hitting a game winning jumper at the buzzer.
On Tuesday night, Kobe Bryant walked into the gym at King-Drew High School in South Central Los Angeles to a standing ovation from the Drew League faithful.
Bryant was in attendance for the Drew League championship game between Hank's Blazers featuring Clippers center Ryan Hollins and Kings of LA led by newly acquired Portland Trail Blazers forward Dorrell Wright.
Tuesday marked the conclusion of the 40th anniversary season for the league.
James Harden and Kevin Durant are among NBA all stars to have played in the league this summer.
On Tuesday, Bryant was a spectator in what was yet another public appearance for him this summer on his road to recovery from a torn Achilles suffered in April.
Bryant continues to wow doctors with his recovery. He recently said he's "shattered" the recovery time for an Achilles injury.
Just Monday, he posted a video of himself running on an anti-gravity treadmill.
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2013 is shaping up to be the year that Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul took complete control of his life plan.
Paul spun the Clippers coaching carousel, took the lead in getting on the same page with teammate Black Griffin and on Wednesday, Paul was elected as the new president of the NBA’s player’s union.
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LOS ANGELES -- Kobe Bryant left the gym at King Drew High School on Tuesday night pleased with what he just witnessed.
"Great game, man," Bryant said in the midst of signing autographs while making his way out. "Great game."
With Bryant in the house watching courtside Hank's Blazers featuring Clippers center Ryan Hollins defeated Kings of LA led by Portland...
Los Angeles Clippers: Why Chris Paul is the Perfect Choice as NBA Player’s Union President
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/HoopStuff…
Chris Paul was elected as the new NBA Player’s Union President, replacing Derek Fisher. Paul is an excellent choice for the position and it is hard to think of a player who could possibly be a better fit.
Chris Paul is one of the most respected...
The NBAPA was looking for a new president, and they have found one with Chris Paul, who has served as a vice president.
Los Angeles Clippers star Chris Paul has been elected president of the NBA players' association.
The vote Wednesday came six months after the players fired Billy Hunter as executive director.
Hunter countered with a wrongful-termination lawsuit in May, accusing Derek Fisher, the former union president, of conspiring with league officials during the 2011 lockout.
The NBPA has their first star president since Patrick Ewing’s term ended in 2001, in LA Clippers point guard Chris Paul. There is not much of a surprise here as Paul is a natural leader and has always been involved with the Players’ Union.
Paul was elected Wednesday at the union’s summer meeting in Las Vegas. It isn’t going to be an easy road ahead for Paul who now has...
There’s a storm brewing. An unstoppable force meets an unmovable object. Two powerhouses collide! Barnes. Dogg.
This. IS. A wonderful charity event.
Matt Barnes and Snoop Dogg (Lion) teamed up to host a celebrity flag football game last Sunday to benefit the charity Athletes vs. Cancer.
The event was held at Pacific Palisades Charter School and featured a number of past and present...
Chris Paul is just plain nasty, and it would have been awesome to see him in action on the summer league or pro-am circuit.
Paul instead chose to rest most of the summer, and recently at his CP3 Elite Guard Camp, Paul let loose some ether on any guard who would dare try to guard him.
Paul overpowers some defenders, crosses some other ones over, and just destroys everything.
Kyrie Irving, who will challenge Jamal Crawford of the Clippers for best handle in the NBA in the 2013-2014 season, flat-out embarrassed these two defenders in Seattle over the weekend at a glorified pick-up game. [Continue Reading]
If you do anything this NBA season watch Kyrie Irving a couple times. The guy is flat out filthy. I’ve been saying it all along that he’s one of...
As we near the start of the NFL regular season, Matt Barnes of the Los Angeles Clippers with an assist from rapper Snoop Dogg held a charity flag football event.
The below video shows some of the highlights from the event and if you ever wanted to see DeAndre Jordan/Blake Griffin play flag football, this is the clip for you:
Matt Barnes and Snoop Dogg host charity flag football...
No surprise here. Chris Paul has always been very involved in the Players’ Union
Congratulations to #thenbpa newest elected President @CP3!!! #nbpa2013
— NBPA (@TheNBPA) August 22, 2013
Every summer, Chris Paul gives the top college and high school guards in the country an opportunity to play against him at his annual camp, and as he expected, he pretty much wreaked havoc on them, making every bucket look easy.
Cleveland's Kyrie Irving took part in the Jamal Crawford Pro-Am recently and showcased his impressive dribbling skills. An by "skills" I mean he absolutely destroyed a couple of would-be defenders en route to the rim. Yeah, he obliterated one guy and dunked with his left! Nasty!
Sure it was versus amateurs but still!
Check out Irving breaking ankles and displaying...
Four years after being dropped from NBC, Jerome Bettis is returning to TV. In other news, Kenny Mayne is set to return to “SportsCenter,” and the Clippers’ Chris Paul has been named new president of […]