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The league is always trying to crack down on violence on the court. There are pros and cons to this. The Pro is the players safety and respect for the game. The Con is the fans love to see hatred amongst teams. We are tired of this, "we are all friends" mentality that professional sports has taken. Instead of teaming up with your enemies, you use to want to beat them.
Well Ryan Hollins doesn't want to make friends with Jeremy Lin. So frustrated and annoyed by the young guard, Hollins did the only thing he knew how to at a moment like this. He kicked him. The best part was that Hollins pulled his hands back like "I didn't touch him!". Or that the Clippers were up 16 points and won this game easily. But hey, we need to justify this kick somehow.
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Ryan Hollins has a reputation of cheap shots, but this has to be a new low. In the second quarter of Wednesday night’s game at Staples Center, Jeremy Lin stole the ball right out of Hollin’s hands – which is where his frustration began. As Lin pushed the ball up the court, Odom committed a foul that sent Lin tumbling to the ground, and on his way down, Ryan Hollins clearly...
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Los Angeles Clippers center Ryan Hollins thought he got a quick one in last night against the Houston Rockets when he kicked Jeremy Lin in the stomach, but he was caught red footed. Check out the video below of Hollins giving Lin the boot to the stomach and then holding his hands up like he didn't do anything. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
Shooting 43% from the charity stripe this season, DeAndre Jordan isn’t exactly known for his free throw shooting – but this has to be a new low. When the Clippers center was fouled during the second quarter of Thursday night’s game against the Lakers, his free throw attempt was a touch off – it wasn’t an air ball though, it was much worse.
State Farm continues the separated at birth story of Cliff and Chris Paul with their latest commercial titled “Game On.”
This is sequel to widely popular Chris/Cliff “Born to Assist” installment originally aired on Christmas Day, which has garnered over 645,000 views on YouTube and a @CliffPaul twitter account that has almost 11,0000 followers.
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For those of you who live in Los Angeles, you might have seen this huge mural of Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin on the corner of Olympic Blvd. and Figueroa St. near the Staples Center.Below is the time-lapse video of the painting crew getting it done and dare I say, it is a pretty impressive clip:
Ryan Hollins of the Los Angeles Clippers may regret this spur of the moment decision during their game against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night. Hollins was frustrated and as Lin took a tumble in front of him, he used the moment to blatantly kick Lin. Ryan, you can expect a call from Mr. Stern’s office today.
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The Los Angeles Clippers are the biggest show in the NBA in terms of highlight plays. Recently the Clippers or Lob City took a trip to Philadelphia and they put on a show.
Check out 5 highlight dunks the Clippers had on the 76ers below. The damage was done by Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. Griffin had a monster one hand slam, and Jordan had a monster put back dunk.
State Farm continues the separated at birth story of Cliff and Chris Paul with their latest commercial titled “Game On.” This is sequel to widely popular Chris/Cliff “Born to Assist” [...]
We all know that Clippers center DeAndre Jordan isn't exactly the greatest free throw shooter in the world and last night, DeAndre Jordan provided a chief example of how not to shoot a free throw.Watch as DeAndre misses the rim and does a little bit of glass cleaning:
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With NBA All-Star weekend coming up, and more importantly the Slam Dunk Contest, a couple former Dunk Champions showed off their skill on Thursday night in the Staples Center. The Lakers’ Kobe Bryant and the Clippers’ Blake Griffin exchanged dunks during the 3rd quarter of the Clippers’ blowout victory. Griffin did what he does best, and that’s slam down an alley-oop pass...
The Los Angeles Clippers stormed out to a 46-28 lead in the first quarter and held on to beat the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night 106-96. With the game well in hand and the team leading by 16 midway through the second quarter, Clippers center Ryan Hollins let his foot do the talking as he appeared to intentionally kick Rockets guard Jeremy Lin as Lin was falling to the floor...