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The Los Angeles Clippers connected on their league leading 5,000,000th alley-oop last night, and it was so nice they did it twice. Check out the rather unorthodox Blake Griffin to DeAndre Jordan connection which was locked and loaded last night. [NBA] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
BEST OF MAXIM
Whenever anyone talks about dunking in the immediate future they will not be able to do so without mentioning the Los Angeles Clippers as hands down the best dunking team in the NBA. The team affectionately known as Lob City makes the most high-flying and acrobatic of dunks look easy.
Allow me to enter the following clip from Wednesday night's game as evidence!
While last week’s Beef Thursdays column featured actual beef, in the sense that athletes were trying to rip each other’s heads off en route to a horrific international incident that could have only been prevented by the United Nations or James Bond, this week’s edition is more of an imposed sense of rivalry. Namely, we thought that Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan...
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul broke out an epic flop for the ages during his team’s game against the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday night in the epically named Sleep Train Arena. I mean CP3′s flop was as bad as what happened to Ishtar (look it up). And with much, much worse acting.
It could be argued that Paul’s abysmal display wasn’t technically a flop since he...
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul has been known to provide a quality flop in the midst of heated NBA games. Whether you look at it as deceiving or weak, the crafty little point guard has almost got it down to a science with his flops. Strategically doing them when the Clippers might need point or momentum needs to be changed.
Last night Lob City was in Sacramento...
Ok, this was a decent dunk from Caron Butler on 7-1 Spencer Hawes. But the real highlight on this one is the call from the Clippers broadcaster.
Caron Butler “delivers a facial on Spencer Hawes.”
“Give him a toothpick to pick out that leather from his teeth.”
Good work, Clippers broadcaster guy.
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Chris Paul should be ashamed of himself, and judging my my Twitter feed he won’t stop hearing about it for quite some time. This is truly a flop that soccer players would be proud of. Suspension forthcoming?
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The Big Leagues This flop was so bad it was spoooooky.
It wouldn’t be a normal day without a story unfolding about the Kardashian’s and their love for athletes and rappers.
According to Hollywood Life.Com, Khloe Kardashian is allegedly cheating on Lamar Odom with the rapper the Game. Who would have guessed Khloe liked her man ruffed around the edges for emotional support? The magazine alleges the relationship between the two started...
Chris Paul appeared on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno Thursday night to talk hoops, getting acclimated to driving around LA, having his jersey retired at Wake Forest, little Chris hanging out courtside with Justin Bieber and being high school class president and in charge of his upcoming 10 year class reunion.
“My ten year class reunion is coming up this summer, and guess...
Following one of their worst defensive games of the season, the Los Angeles Clippers put together perhaps their best performance in their last contest.
They may face a stiffer challenge trying to contain the Brooklyn Nets, who haven't had any trouble scoring so far on their road trip.
The Pacific Division-leading Clippers will try to claim back-to-back victories for the first...
Brandon Knight and Jason Terry both have been the victims of humiliating dunks courtesy of Clippers' DeAndre Jordan and Heat's LeBron James respectively.
Both dunks were absolutely filthy, worthy of being named Dunk of the Year but only one can be chosen tops between the two.
Each have their similarities and differences. Jordan's alley-oop dunk over Knight was...
The La Salle Explores are now in the big show, as they defeated Boise State on Wednesday night. The Sixers fell to Blake Griffin and the LA Clippers, 101-72.
La Salle defeated Boise State 80-71. On La Salle's 150 anniversary, the team took down Boise State and they will now face #4 Kansas St. (Total Sports Live)
The Sixers fell to the Los Angeles Clippers, 101...
The Harvard men’s basketball team rose to the occasion Thursday night, defeating No. 3 New Mexico 68-62 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament for the first tournament victory in the school’s history.
Tommy Amaker‘s players were jumping for joy and living in the moment afterward, but they weren’t the only people who enjoyed the upset victory. Check out tweets from some...