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The NBA season is here. With that in mind, it is time to flip through the book on the 2012-13 season and to take a look at what the season might have in store -- especially when it comes to the Magic. Be sure to look out for more of these team capsules and to check out all the blogs taking part in this year's NBA Blog Preview (don't worry, I will be linking to all of them in the next few weeks ... months ... this preview IS never-ending, afterall).
Los Angeles Clippers
Last Year/This Year: 40-26/28-8
Last Year vs. Magic: Won 107-102 in Orlando on Feb. 6
This Year vs. Magic: Jan. 12 in Los Angeles; Feb. 6 in Orlando
Magic Connection: Matt Barnes (Player, 2009-10); Chauncey Billups (Player, 2000); Grant Hill (Player, 2000-07)
The Previews: Steve Perrin/Clips Nation; Gunnerz!
Clippers games are an odd sight. Not so much because there is basketball, it is just that it is hard to believe the team finally got its act together long enough to be this g...
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Los Angeles Clippers superstars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul were guests on Thursday night's episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Among the highlights, Paul and Griffin share pictures taken on the team plane as they mess with their teammates while they sleep, and CP3 discusses dealing with the fact that his son's favorite player is actually Griffin.
Video via JimmyKimmelLive...
Grant Hill is set to make his regular-season debut for the Los Angeles Clippers.
The seven-time All-Star is expected to play limited minutes on Saturday against the Orlando Magic, his former team.
Hill has missed 36 games with a bone bruise in his right knee. He hasn't played since Oct. 13, when he had eight points and three rebounds in an exhibition game against Miami in Shanghai...
Maybe it wasn’t a purse cake, it was just European?
Turiaf according to TMZ celebrated his 30th birthday at a ritzy Beverly Hills home (not his own) and the cake was a woman’s Louis Vuitton bag.
Don’t ask me why.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 p.m. EST, the Magic will square off against the current number one team in the league, the Los Angeles Clippers. This will be the two teams' first meeting of the season. The Clippers are looking to extend their franchise-record home winning streak to 14, part of a larger winning streak that has culminated in 20 wins in just 22 games. On the other hand...
Arron Afflalo was somewhat reflective in his return to Denver on Wednesday. He told the reporters, including Christopher Dempsey of the Denver Post, covering the game that playing for the Nuggets was his first opportunity to grow as a scorer and become a better player. In Detroit, he was a bit player on a good team relied on mostly for defense. In Denver, he needed to do more.
J.J. Redick was constant movement, and Matt Barnes was visibly tired chasing him around. Somehow the Magic had to know that would play a role in deciding this one.
So when Redick gave pump fake to Barnes after coming around a screen at the top of the key, Barnes went flying, knowing he had to worry about the sharp shooter. Redick clamly dribbled to the side and pulled up for...
J.J. Redick is having a career-year for the Magic.
The streak has finally ended! The Orlando Magic (13-23) beat the Los Angeles Clippers (28-9) in an exciting upset Saturday afternoon with a final score of 104-101. The Clippers entered the game tied with the Thunder for the best record in the league, and left it having failed to beat the slumpingest (it's my blog, I'll make up words if I want to) in the entire league.
@nicholas3wilson sweet pic #repost
That was the number nobody on the Magic specifically talked about following Wednesday's loss to the Nuggets. Jameer Nelson opened up his postgame comments saying he was not going to talk about the foul disparity. Jacque Vaughn deadpanned he was going to talk to George Karl and his staff about learning some of the defensive schemes he used in the game to implement with...
As late night host Jimmy Kimmel moved officially to 11:35 this week, he lined up some big name guests to appear on his new time slot.For the final show of his week, Clippers forward Blake Griffin and Chris Paul stopped by to talk about the ongoing NBA season.One of the highlights of the interview was Kimmel showing off some of the sleep prank photos taken on the team plane: