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Blake Griffin blasted Chandler Parsons right in the groin in the handshake like, and Parsons called him out.
"Seriously dude?" Parsons tweeted, attaching an eight-second, slow-motion video of Griffin's left hand smacking the Houston Rockets swingman in the testicles as they passed each other in the postgame handshake like.
The Clippers star quickly responded.
"@ChandlerParsons sprained my wrist and had to keep it moving.. My bad didn't even see you," Griffin wrote.
Parsons seemed satisfied with that explanation, telling Griffin, "It happens to the best of us."
The last time the Clippers played in Houston -- they're wearing their road reds in the video -- was Jan. 15, when the Clippers won 117-109.
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The Rockets hit an amazing 23 three pointers in Tuesday’s victory over the Warriors, and Chandler Parsons took to twitter to stick it to Warriors’ head coach Mark Jackson.
Hand down, man down!! Big win for us. Wheels up to Miami.
— Chandler Parsons (@ChandlerParsons) February 6, 2013
Pretty clever tweeting by Parsons, who has an underrated personality as far as social media...
Tweet Blake Griffin has made a name for himself outside of basketball by utilizing his dry sense of humor in various commercials and public appearances. However, he tried to bring a little high school-style humor to the court on Jan. 15 against the Houston Rockets during the post-game hand-shakes. Chandler Parsons tweeted out this video [...]
Houston Rockets forward Chandler Parsons has to be wondering why a protective cup is needed in the NBA. Better yet, Chandler Parsons has to be wondering why a protective cup is needed when shaking the hands of the opposing team. Check out Parsons’ reaction as Blake Griffin gives him the old ball tap as they [...]
Both Blake Griffin and Chris Paul have missed recent games do to injury. CP3 is always very dapper in his attire. For tonight’s game the Western Conference Captain of NBA All-Star Saturday night, took advantage of the Miami weather and opted for lighter hues in his slacks and shirt selection. Layered with his signature blazer. No tie, but a pocket square to top off the look....
Videos featuring Blake Griffin typically involve posterizing opponents or entertaining commercials, but on Wednesday night Griffin showcased yet another talent he possesses — impressions.
After the Clippers defeated the Magic on Wednesday night, Griffin opted for an unconventional approach to postgame interviews and entertained reporters with his best Harry Caray impression....
Blake Griffin (strained left hamstring), Chris Paul (bruised right kneecap) and Chauncey Billups (tendinitis in left foot) have been ruled out of Wednesday nights game against the Orlando Magic.
Though the three starters are listed as day-to-day, Griffin, Paul and Billups are targeting Friday nights game at the Miami Heat as a possible comeback game.
Coincidentally for Billups...
The Rockets went off Tuesday night against the Warriors, scoring a staggering 140 points, thanks largely to an NBA-recording-tying 23 3-pointers made. They were gunning for the outright record in the waning minutes of the game, but the Warriors would be damned if they were going to let a record be broken on them.
They fouled hard when a Rocket would attempt a 3, milked the clock...
Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin broke out his impersonation of legendary baseball broadcaster Harry Caray during a postgame interview after the Clips defeated the Orlando Magic Wednesday night.
Griffin did not play in the game due to a strained left hamstring, but used his Caray impression to describe the performance of teammate Ryan Hollins, who came off the bench to...
The Los Angeles Clippers are getting healthier. The Miami Heat are fighting the flu.
Chauncey Billups, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin returned to the Clippers' lineup on Friday night, when the Pacific Division leaders visited the reigning NBA champion Heat - who were without Ray Allen and Chris Bosh, both sidelined by an illness that has been going around the team.
MIAMI (AP) Chauncey Billups, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Clippers are returning from injuries to play against the Miami Heat on Friday night.
Meanwhile, the reigning NBA champions will be without Ray Allen and Chris Bosh, both sidelined with the flu.
Billups has appeared in only three games this season and has been most recently bothered by left foot tendinitis...
The five starters who walked on the court Friday night in Miami were a welcome sight for the Clippers.
The game was not.
It will take some time for Chris Paul, Chauncey Billups and Blake Griffin to get their legs under them and find a rhythm as a unit. Right now, they're as rusty as an old tire iron.
But the good news is that they're all back, and so is reserve guard Jamal...
The Houston Rockets tied an NBA record and set a franchise mark with 23 3-pointers in a 140-109 win over Golden State on Tuesday night.
Jeremy Lin sank five 3-pointers, a career high, and Chandler Parsons and James Harden hit four apiece as the Rockets reached a season-high point total. They also tied an NBA record with 14 3-pointers in the first half and dished out a season-high...
If you’re tuning into Friday’s televised primetime matchup between the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Clippers there’s a few names that should be on your mind.
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With teams like the Celtics and Lakers finally showing true signs of life, the second half of the season will undoubtedly be a race to the finish. Chris Paul’s injury has Clippers fans concerned, and the recent absence of Blake Griffin has folks murmuring the phrase “Clipper-Curse” yet again. While I think it is a bit early for that type of talk, there is true cause for concern...
The colossal snow storm that is currently wreaking havoc on the northeast part of the country has forced the New York Knicks to stay overnight in Minnesota on Friday. The Knicks are stuck in town after playing the Timberwolves earlier in the evening.The original plan was for the Knicks to fly back to the Big Apple after the game, but those plans were scrapped due to a weather-related...