Found May 03, 2012 on
MEMPHIS—Lob City didn’t exactly suffer a blackout but something was definitely disconnected on the power grid.
The Clippers knew this series was going to nasty and close throughout every game and Memphis gave them more than they could handle on Wednesday night.
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Despite breaking his hand in Game 1 of the Clippers-Grizzlies series, the forward is holding out hope that he somehow will be able to make a return to playing this postseason.
A young Memphis Grizzlies fan wearing a Zach Randolph jersey screamed with excitement and waved his towel in the air when Randolph made a key lay-up down the stretch of Wednesday night's 105-98 playoff win over the Los Angeles Clippers.
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. Looking down the Clippers bench in the fourth quarter was a sight for sore eyes and fingers, elbows and forearms.
Seating alongside Caron Butler, his left hand wrapped in a splint, and Chauncey Billups, his left foot in a boot, was Eric Bledsoe, who was grabbing his left elbow, and Mo Williams, who was wincing as he flexed his right forearm. Farther down the line...
Just two games into their first playoff run together, the Los Angeles Clippers are already hurting and hobbling. They're hoping a return home will allow everybody to get better quickly.
The Clippers took the day off Thursday after a highly eventful two-game opening set in Memphis. Los Angeles left with a split and seized home-court advantage in the series despite following up...
Lob City was in full effect last night in the Los Angeles Clippers playoff game against the Memphis Grizzlies. This time for once the best dunker in the league Blake Griffin wasn’t involved. No surprise the best passing point guard in the NBA Chris Paul set up a perfect alley oop to DeAndre Jordan. Along with Griffin Jordan is also one of the best high flyers in the...
That’s almost two in the stink right there.
I understand what this Grizzlies fan was trying to do when center Marc Gasol fell at his feet during Game 2 action against the Clippers, but there had to be a better way of giving the fallen Gasol a helping hand. Like maybe giving the 7-footer an actual hand, and not just a couple of fingers that look suspiciously like they’re heading...
Eh, nevermind. Don’t. I don’t trust you.
Just promise you’ll never do this if you ever sit court-side at a basketball game. Some Grizzlies fan got a little too excited during Wednesday’s Clippers-Grizzlies playoff game.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. Looking down the Clippers' bench in the fourth quarter was a sight for sore eyes and fingers, elbows and forearms.
Seated alongside Caron Butler, his left hand wrapped in a splint, and Chauncey Billups, his left foot in a boot, was Eric Bledsoe, who was grabbing his left elbow, and Mo Williams, who was wincing as he flexed his right forearm. Farther down the...
Przemek Karnowski has drawn comparison to Memphis Grizzlies big man Marc Gasol.
The Grizzlies bench had it going, and at times OJ Mayo was the down-the-stretch scorer that Memphis had envisioned when they swapped Kevin Love for him in 2008.
MEMPHIS -- The Memphis Grizzlies were in their comfort zone Wednesday night. That is, in a tight, possession-to-possession game instead of holding a 20-plus-point lead. The Grizzlies, forced to keep their focus throughout, scored a 105-98 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 2 of their Western Conference first-round series. The teams are tied one game apiece as they...
The Memphis Grizzlies won game 2 of their first round playoff match up against the Clippers bringing the series all even at 1-1. Whenever Lob City is the subject of conversation, a dunk must spotlighted. DeAndre Jordan over Tony Allen. I love dunks, can’t deny that. But my wish for the offseason (not that I’m planning [...]
The Los Angeles Clippers want to get more physical with the Memphis Grizzlies while reintroducing their long-suffering fans to playoff basketball.
To Blake Griffin, it's simple.
''We have to be the more aggressive team. That's the biggest thing,'' Griffin said Friday.
The Clippers will get their chance in front of a friendly crowd at Staples Center in Game...