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Injuries have prevented Chris Paul and Chauncey Billups from playing together in the backcourt. When will Billups return, and what kind of impact will that have on the Clippers going forward?
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Chauncey Billups missed nearly ten months after tearing his achilles tendon last year. Upon return, Billups has only been able to get into three games this season, and now he's injured again. Billups sat out last nights game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Dallas Mavericks with a foot injury. According to Melissa Rohlin of the Los Angeles Times, Billups has an inflamed...
The Los Angeles Clippers had plenty of highlights during their dominating 112-90 win over the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night, from Blake Griffin's dunks to Eric Bledsoe's reverse alley-oop.
One of the lowlights, however, was Lamar Odom's embarrassing miss of a layup attempt that was so far off the mark that it almost went over the backboard.
He was back and now he’s back on the bench…..again.
This time, it’s peroneal tendinitis in his left foot. And the timetable for his return on this injury is about 2 weeks.
Man, the basketball Gods keep messing with Billups. Here’s Chauncey on the new injury:
“It was something I really wanted to get checked out because I felt like I worked too hard to get back to play...
Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin was dunking all over the Dallas Mavericks during Wednesday night's NBA game at the Staples Center.
In the first quarter, Griffin caught a bounce pass from Chris Paul that was actually deflected by a Mavs defender, but still managed to throw down a powerful left-handed dunk over Elton Brand.
In the third quarter, Paul and Griffin...
One of the overriding themes in Chris Kaman's years-past time with the Los Angeles Clippers was owner Donald T. Sterling's "Reign Of Error." One of the overriding themes of the Clippers of present-time is Sterling's willingness to maintain happiness for stars like Chris Paul, a free-agent-to-be in the summer of 2013 and a long-time Dallas Mavericks acquisition...
Jamal Crawford led a fourth-quarter rally with 13 of his 21 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat Phoenix 117-99 on Saturday, winning their fifth in a row while sending the Suns to their season-worst sixth straight loss.
Blake Griffin added 24 points, and Chris Paul had 16 points and 11 assists. Crawford made all four of his free throws to extend his streak to 55 in a row since...
Clippers guard Chauncey Billups became the latest player to receive a warning for flopping Wednesday as the NBA came down on him for kicking out his leg on this 3-point attempt.
The Clippers trailed by 2 with 1:14 seconds left in Monday’s game at Utah, so when Chauncey Billups attempted a 3-pointer, he kicked out his leg hoping to be awarded 3 free throws, and he was. Billups...
Tweet Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford is one of the NBA’s best ball-handlers, and teammate DeAndre Jordan is one of the league’s most athletic. The combination came together beautifully for the Clippers against the Mavericks last night: This play was another example why the upstart Clippers are quickly becoming one of the NBA’s most [...]
LOS ANGELES Late Saturday morning, Phoenix Suns coach Alvin Gentry stood outside the visiting team's locker room at Staples Center and declared the Clippers' reserves the best bench in the NBA.
"I don't think it's even close," he said.
By Saturday afternoon, Gentry and the Suns saw it firsthand. They were mowed down by a third-quarter rout at the hands...
During tonight's Utah Jazz/Los Angeles Clippers game, Clippers forward Blake Griffin got himself into a jam after Jazz forward Paul Millsap nearly stole the ball from him in the first quarter of play.Watch as Blake gets out of the jam by taking a sitting-down three pointer:
LOS ANGELES (AP) --The bench bailed out the Clippers again.
Jamal Crawford led a fourth-quarter rally with 13 of his 21 points, and Los Angeles beat Phoenix 117-99 on Saturday, winning its fifth in a row while sending the Suns to their season-worst sixth straight loss.
"Thank the bench because the starters were struggling," Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said. "They...
Chauncey Billups is out indefinitely with peroneal tendinitis in his left foot.
When most people think of nasty slam dunks and the Los Angeles Clippers, they usually link Blake Griffin or DeAndre Jordan.Last night, Caron Butler added his name to the list as he threw down a nasty dunk in the grill of Dallas Maverick center Chris Kaman.He almost added a "mush" for good measure:
The Los Angeles Clippers' starters haven't always performed up to par recently.
It hasn't mattered thanks to their bench.
The surging Clippers seek their sixth straight win on Sunday at the expense of the Toronto Raptors, whom they've beaten 12 consecutive times.
Los Angeles (13-6) has assembled a group of skilled scorers that extends beyond its first five. During...
LA Basketball Wives – both reality and real life NBA ones – were out and about on Thursday. Let’s check out some of their activities. Gloria Govan, her sister Laura and Chris Paul’s wife Jada hosted a toy drive on Thursday night at the Crocker club in LA. Draya posted photos of herself at her [...]