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‘Tis the season where NBA awards voters make ridiculous decisions, causing the bloggeratti to suffer strokes while screaming for transparency in the voting process. This happens every year, without fail, in at least some, and very often all awards.
I don’t get AS worked up about it as some people, but I get it. These guys work their asses off all year-long, and they deserve the proper recognition of their efforts. Today, J.R. Smith won the 6th Man of the Year award. He certainly deserved it, as did Jamal Crawford (remember that name) who came in second.
But what’s got Twitter all aflutter is the fact that JORDAN Crawford got himself a single first-place vote.
That means one voter felt one of two things:
(A) there was no single player that came off the bench this NBA season that had more of an impact on his team(s) than Jordan Crawford.. OR
(B) there was no single player that came off the bench this NBA season that had more of an impact on his team than Jamal Crawford...
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Following the Los Angeles Clippers dramatic last second win over the Memphis Grizzlies (thanks to Chris Paul), the “kids” decided to maintain the intensity during the post game press conference. Lil Chis, had his “Blake Face” on, while Jamal Crawford’s son, Jamal Jr. also had his game face on. In the middle of it all? Well that would be Blake Griffin, the creator of the...
Long-lost twin brothers Chris Paul and State Farm agent Cliff Paul are finally reunited to discuss tales of their greatest assists. And it becomes clear that you can’t deny the power of an assist. Best [...]
It has become sort of an open secret that Chris Paul is going to re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Paul, is a free agent after the season and while there has been some speculation as to where his future lies, it’s expected that he’ll sign a max deal with the team and be back throwing lobs to Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan next season.
Unfortunately, for backup point guard...
Having Chris Paul on your roster is the difference between winning and losing games like this. CP3 led the Clippers with 24 points and nine assists, and he took over in the final minutes to lead Los Angeles to a 93-91 win in Game 2 over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday.
Paul got the ball with seven seconds left on the team’s final possession. He was being guarded by the notoriously...
Chris Paul’s buzzer-beating Game 2 shot was very good, but toss the phantom camera treatment on it and you have some Internet gold. Paul’s running jumper against Tony Allen handed the Clippers a 93-91 victory and a 2-0 lead in the series. CP3 ended up with a very typical CP3 stat line which shows why he is one of the best in the NBA: 24 points, 4 rebounds, 9 assists, and 1...
The NBA playoffs are underway and we already have been shown what makes the playoffs so great by Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul. Watch below as time winds down and CP3 drives to the basket and makes a great floater to secure game 2 for the Clippers.
Thanks to Los That Sports Blog for the video.
J.R. Smith of the New York Knicks will be honored as the NBA's sixth man of the year instead of the Clippers' Jamal Crawford, according to a number of reports citing league sources.
Early in the season, it was apparent that the Clippers' high-scoring acquisition was the front-runner for the award as he helped the team vault to the top of the NBA standings and eventually...
During Game 2 of the Clippers-Jazz NBA playoff series on Monday night, Memphis was making a comeback late in the fourth quarter. Darrell Arthur broke free of Los Angeles defenders, dunked the ball, and was fouled by Lamar Odom.
Of course, play by play commentator Dick Stockton completely ignored the dunk, saying that in fact, Odom prevented Arthur from making the basket. In such...
After burying a driving layup to give Los Angeles a 2-0 advantage in their opening playoff series against the Grizzlies, Paul shared an adorable moment with a few youngsters in the crowd.
LOS ANGELES -- Chris Paul's running jumper with a tenth of a second left gave the Los Angeles Clippers a 93-91 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday night and a 2-0 lead in their first-round playoff series.
Both teams stayed on the court while the referees reviewed the play. It was declared good, leaving Memphis a tick of the clock to inbound the ball but not enough to...
Memphis Big’s are too slow! that’s all I reiterated Monday night as Blake Griffin went to work in the post, as his Los Angeles Clippers took on the Memphis Grizzlies in game 2 of the 2013 NBA Playoffs, first round. After an impressive win over Memphis, Blake was spied post-game, dressed in casual attire, as he wore a unique $118 Shades of Grey By Micah Cohen S/S ’13 sweatshirt...
With the game tied at 91 in Game 2 between the Clippers and Grizzlies, the Clippers had eight second to make a shot or head into overtime against a feisty Memphis squad that wasn't backing down.
So who do the Clippers turn to when they need a bucket? Jamal Crawford? Blake Griffin? Chauncey Billups? Nope, try Chris Paul.
Paul caught the ball way beyond the 3-point arch and...
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Zach Randolph got a little touchy-feely with Blake Griffin Monday night during Game Two of the Grizzlies-Clippers series. Griffin actually didn’t seem to mind. If you notice, he wasn’t exactly quick to runaway. There was no word on how long Randolph and Griffin have been dating.
via SB Nation
The Clippers and Grizzlies have a nice little rivalry building. But so far, it’s the Clippers that continue to send a message. Game 2 of the first round of the NBA playoffs took place Monday night at Staples Center. The game went right down to the wire with point guard Chris Paul hitting a last second shot to put the Clippers up 2-0 as the series shifts to Beale st. in Memphis...