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The Clippers brought in Matt Barnes to give the team a little extra toughness on both ends of the floor. He plays with an edge in a way that not many players do. His pure intensity can motivate the rest of his team, and I’m sure a lot of guys like to play with Barnes on their side. That being said, he can cross the line a little bit sometimes between edgy and dirty. This shot below on Jason Smith was probably more on the dirty side: Matt Barnes got a flagrant foul for that one, as he should have. It was off the ball, and pretty obvious. If this is what Barnes has to do every now in then to keep up his level of energy, the Clippers will probably be OK with it. -Mark Evans, Assistant Manager/Editor of Content Follow us on Twitter The post Matt Barnes Cheap Shots Jason Smith appeared first on Pass The Pill.
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Clippers forward, Matt Barnes, and his wife Gloria Govan stripped down for this photoshoot with Urban Ink magazine:
Hornets rookie Anthony Davis has been scratched for a sixth straight game against Utah, which has ruled out Mo Williams for a third consecutive game on Wednesday night.
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If you happen to be following Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul on Twitter, you might have already seen this gem.Check out this picture that CP3 posted yesterday which shows him practicing his free throws at home when his son requested him to do so:
The Los Angeles Clippers are blaming their defense for their current struggles, and those complaints likely will continue if they can't slow down Kevin Love.
Los Angeles looks to avoid a fifth consecutive loss Wednesday night when it hosts the Minnesota Timberwolves, who have won three straight meetings with Love in the lineup.
The Clippers (8-6) gave up an average of 86.2 points...
Chauncey Billups returned to the court for the Los Angeles Clippers against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night after being sidelined for more than nine months because of injury.
''He's been practicing for about a month,'' coach Vinny Del Negro said about 1 1/2 hours before tipoff. ''He's been cleared from his injury for quite a while now...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chauncey Billups returned to the court for the Los Angeles Clippers against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night after being sidelined for more than nine months because of injury.
"He's been practicing for about a month," coach Vinny Del Negro said about 1 hours before tipoff. "He's been cleared from his injury for quite a while...
Despite reports that 15-year veteran, Chauncey Billups, was shooting to return from Achilles surgery the first week of December, a source tells Y! Sports he’ll start at shooting guard, making his season debut tonight when the Clippers host the Minnesota Timberwolves. Billups’ season ended February 7th in Orlando when he suffered a suffered a torn left Achilles tendon, and...
The Clippers still don't have a timetable for when Chauncey Billups will be ready to return from his left Achilles' tendon injury.
The Clippers have now lost four games in a row for the first time this season. After the disastrous 1-3 road trip, they came back home Monday and lost to the New Orleans Hornets, who had lost seven in a row. During the trip, most people pointed to the lack of production of the bench and the overall poor shooting as the cause for the poor showing. Really what they should have been...
NEW ORLEANS --- Al Jefferson scored 19 points and Utah forced 19 turnovers in the first three quarters as the Jazz defeated the New Orleans Hornets 96-84 Wednesday night at the New Orleans Arena. The road victory was a breakthrough of sorts for the Jazz, who are 6-0 at home but won for only the third time in 10 road games. Paul Millsap and Marvin Williams added 16 points each ...