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Two Clippers fans, a man and a lady were selected to move from their seats in the 300 section at Staples Center down to the floor for the start of the second quarter of the Clippers game against the Nuggets on Thursday night.
They weren't sitting in an aisle, section, or row but right in front of the media seating in Section 108.
The lady yelled "come on Clippers, let's go!" without question excited to see Clippers All Star starters, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin up close.
She cheered on the Clippers throughout the second quarter.
The Nuggets kept scoring. They outscored the Clippers 67-35 over the second and third quarters on their way to a 112-91 win.
"We jumped out 32-19 (at the end of the first quarter). We just didn't execute, we didn't play well defensively and they made just about every shot that they threw at the rim," said Paul.
After scoring 32 points in the opening quarter they had no such luck to finish the half. With 2:34 l...
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Utah Jazz: Chris Paul’s presence makes difference for L.A.
By Steve Luhm
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Feb 1, 2012 11:40PM MDT
The Jazz dominated the Los Angeles Clippers three weeks ago, when All-Star point guard Chris Paul didn’t play because of an injury.
Paul was back in the lineup Wednesday night, however, and it showed.
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