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Lamar Odom has been spotted in public a few times recently. Though his behavior during interviews has been bizarre, he insists he is living a healthy lifestyle and is in shape enough to make an NBA return. According to the latest report from TMZ, that does not mean Odom has stopped drinking. On Wednesday night, […]
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Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul may be one of the shorter PGs in the league and has his athleticism questioned quite often, but after getting a steal in the late in the first quarter the eight-year veteran showed off his bounce in Thursday’s game against the Warriors:
CP3 finished the game by stuffing the stat sheet with an impressive...
Everyone in Lakerland is worried about Lamar Odom – even his former coach, Phil Jackson, is anxious for LO to get back to his old self.
In an interview with The Seth Davis Show, Jackson said that nobody can get in contact with Lamar – not even his old assistant – and he is naturally concerned for Odom’s well-being.
The Zen Master also said that he could see Odom’s downfall...
Remember when Los Angeles Clippers All-Star Blake Griffin proclaimed that “Lob City” was dead? Yeah, we didn’t believe him either. Take these three consecutive alley-oops he caught from Chris Paul Thursday night as exhibit A:
DeAndre Jordan got into the mix earlier in the game as well, catching this lob pass from CP3 high above the rim:...
The Clippers beat the Warriors last night, 126-115, in an entertaining playoff preview. Chris Paul was absolutely amazing posting a stat line of 42 points, 15 assists and the six steals.
Any talk of Lob City not being apart of the game plan should be disregarded, because the Clippers were throwing lobs left and right last night, including these two nasty oops from CP3 to Blake Griffin.
On three consecutive plays the Los Angeles Clippers stole the ball from the Golden State Warriors. Every steal led to a monster Blake Griffin alley-oop dunk.
Clippers vs. Warriors has become a serious rivalry. Thursday night, the Clippers beat the Warriors 126-115. It was the battle of the point guards; Steph Curry’s shot is a thing of beauty, the Warriors guard went off for 38 points – downside, he had 10 turnovers but coming off a back to back, that might have something to do with it. Chris Paul was in a zone. His line for the...
Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian are slowing but surely reconciling their marriage according to sources close to the stars.As of now, the two are not back together, but they are "on a path that will likely end up in a reconciliation," a source told Radar Online. This comes after Lamar has realized the error of his ways.The source went on to say that Lamar has volunteered...
This just in: Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, the dynamic duo that comprise the top-two spots on the Los Angeles Clippers’ talented roster? Yeah, they’re pretty good. Griffin and CP3 put the moniker “Lob City” into a demonstration of visual beauty, teamwork, tenacity, athleticism, you name it, on Thursday night against the Golden State Warriors […]The post Alley-oop-stravaganza...
The LA Clippers can claim that Lob City doesn’t exist anymore but as long as Blake Griffin is on the roster we will have these kinds of highlights coming at us on a nightly basis.
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LOS ANGELES– If you’re a fan of point guards, Thursday was your night in the NBA. Stephen Curry and Chris Paul battled in Los Angeles as the Clippers made their 2013 home debut against Golden State. After a beatdown of the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, the Warriors traveled to Staples Center to take on […]
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Stephen Curry raining threes (and blood) on Halloween night.
Stephen Curry was in the zone on Halloween night. After a slow opening-night game, Curry knocked down nine three pointers on the way to 38 points (14-of-23 shooting) with three rebounds, nine assists and 11 turnovers. Eleven!
Despite Curry's hot shooting, the Clippers won 126-115. They did so by forcing those...
To push his “Riquickulous” Jordan brand hype machine, Los Angeles Clippers superstar point guard CHRIS PAUL literally called on the equally superb lyrical talents of rapper GHOSTFACE KILLAH in this series of :15 Nike campaign ads. Check it…
The CP3-Ghostface collab works well as Ghostface drops endless adjectives and metaphors to describe the best point guard in basketball…as...
NBA Top Plays of the Night
The third night of the 2013-14 NBA season featured two games on the schedule. Let’s take a look at the NBA’s top plays of the night.
Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan
Coach Doc Rivers of the LA Clippers forbids the nickname “Lob City,” but old habits are hard to break. Point guard Chris Paul delivers a beautiful lob pass to a trailing DeAndre Jordan...
Apparently, the Clippers thought they were high and mighty. A story by InsideBayArea.com reveals that the Los Angeles Clippers booted the Golden State Warriors from chapel service and thus, forcing the […]