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Matt Barnes tied his season high with 21 points off the bench,
Chris Paul had 11 assists and the Los Angeles Clippers defeated
Boston 106-77 on Thursday night, becoming the first team to win 15
consecutive games since the Celtics four years ago.
BEST OF MAXIM
BUT WHO'S WATCHING HIM?
Justin Bieber was seated courtside on Thursday night at Staples Center, watching over Chris Paul II, the four-year-old son of Clippers star Chris Paul.
For those of you trying to track down the State Farm commercial starring Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul, your long search has come to a conclusion.The spot is called "Born To Assist" and features Chris playing himself along with a State Farm agent by the name of Cliff Paul:
Thus far, Chris Paul has dished out over 5,000 assists since he was drafted by the New Orleans Hornets in 2005. So it’s only right that for once Paul was on the other end of an assist after receiving a huge shipment of sneakers from Jordan Brand. The shipment most notably included the Air Jordan 1 “Knicks”, Air Jordan 1 “Bulls”, Air Jordan 13 “Bred”, Air Jordan...
Chris Paul’s mini me, Chris Paul Jr. made a friend at Thursday night’s Clippers vs. Celtics game at Staples Center, Justin Bieber. Turns out the little one is a big fan and after the win Chris Paul tweeted out a thank you to JB for making his son’s day: “You have NO clue the smile that you put on lil Chris face 2nite…really appreciate you man!! He does not know what to...
Blake Griffin, during his post game media availability, channeled his inner Cliff Paul, Chris Paul’s identical twin in the State Farm “Born To Assist” commercial that premiered on Christmas: via @laclippers, @jadande, @DanWoikeSports, @arashmarkazi
Earlier today, we featured a State Farm commercial starring Chris Paul called "Born to Assist" where Paul meets his twin brother, "Cliff Paul".Since Paul got a chance to wear a fake moustache for the commercial, the folks with the Los Angeles Clippers decided to give away free fake moustaches to fans on Thursday night.It appears that forward Blake Griffin got...
Chris Paul scored 29 points and the Los Angeles Clippers rallied
from a 19-point deficit in the third quarter to beat the Utah Jazz
116-114 on Friday night, stretching their winning streak to 16
For those of you who are fashion-conscious, please avert your eyes from the get-ups being worn by Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul and forward Blake Griffin.For the rest of you, here they are.....(Courtesy of Cosby Sweaters)
The LA Clippers have extended their win streak to 14 games with their win over the Denver Nuggets last night 112-100. They also have the best record in the NBA, so I guess we can let Chris Paul and Blake Griffin slide on these tacky Christmas sweaters at the post game press conference. Paul's 14 points slightly edged out Griffin who had 13 points, but in the sweater category...
As the Clippers rallied from 19 down to keep what is now a 16-game win streak alive in Utah, Chris Paul was the man of the hour. Though Paul struggled with his jump shot (0-5 from three) throughout the second night of a back-to-back, his game-high 29 points included the Clippers’ final 7. As we have come to expect, Paul was brilliantly cold blooded down the stretch, knocking...
Chris Paul and Blake Griffin receive most of the notoriety for the Los Angeles Clippers, though one of the league's deepest supporting casts has been a major reason for their success.
Los Angeles looks to extend its franchise-best winning streak to 15 on Thursday night when it hosts a Boston Celtics team that has mainly held Paul in check the last couple times he's faced...
Blake Griffin and Chris Paul closed out an exciting day of Christmas hoops on Tuesday the only way the NBA’s biggest superstars should — by wearing awesomely ugly Christmas sweaters. As you can see from the photo above that Dan Woike of the Orange County Register shared with us, CP3 and Griffin made it impossible to choose who was wearing the bigger eye sore.
The L.A. Clippers...
SALT LAKE CITY -- It took quite the comeback, but the streak lives on. Chris Paul hit two free throws with 3.4 seconds remaining to give the Clippers the lead, and Los Angeles rallied to stun the Utah Jazz 116-114 Friday night at EnergySolutions Arena for its 16th consecutive win. A desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer by Utah's Randy Foye bounced off the rim. Paul finished...
Clearly we are no longer in the 1980s (or 1990s, as Blake Griffin would have you believe... read on). When making a television commercial, it is no longer sufficient to (1) present a product and (2) attach a famous sportsperson's face to it and (3) profit.
Whilst back in the day many TV spots featuring NBA stars were merely an awkward, unimaginative placement of said hoops...