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Lakers gaurd Steve Nash and Clippers forward Matt Barnes stopped by The Grove to do a little EXTRA in Los Angeles yesterday. Hopefully we can get both teams in the playoffs.-TO
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Blake Griffin gave the Clippers a 15-point lead over the Lakers in the fourth quarter Sunday, their largest of the game, with a finger roll dunk. Griffin received the outlet from Chris Paul and changed his mind mid-air from a layup to a dunk as he glided through the air and threw it down:
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kobe Bryant had 24 points and nine assists, Pau Gasol added 19 points, and the Los Angeles Lakers stayed in the final playoff position in the Western Conference with an 86-84 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night.
Dwight Howard hit a free throw with 4.1 seconds left for the Lakers, who have won three straight in the final weeks of their desperate...
Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash missed his third consecutive game yesterday due to his hip injury.Prior to the contest, the Lakers announced Nash was unlikely to suit up against the Los Angeles Clippers. Nash was then held out of the lineup, and the Lakers lost to their Los Angeles rivals 109-95.While LA didn’t expect to have Nash in the lineup yesterday, coach Mike...
Blake Griffin had 24 points and 12 rebounds, and the
playoff-bound Los Angeles Clippers beat the Lakers 109-95 on Sunday
to clinch their first Pacific Division title in franchise history
against a team that has long overshadowed them.
The Clippers are no doubt proud of their 2012-13 season — the team’s first 50-win season — but that doesn’t mean they want to be embarrassed by their rivals, the Lakers.
The Clippers have a six-game lead on the Golden State Warriors in the Pacific Division, and as long as they hold on through the next six games, Los Angeles will win their first division title. The Clippers...