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Tweet The Los Angeles Clippers almost made a 24-point comeback in Monday night’s loss to the Indiana Pacers, which included this great play by Caron Butler at the end of the first half: I have no idea how Butler was able to pull that off and I doubt he could duplicate it even if he [...]
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The Los Angeles Clippers are slumping at the wrong time of the season and not much is going right for them, well except this crazy buzzer-beating tip-in by Caron Butler.
In the waning seconds of the first half of last night’s game between the Clippers and the Indiana Pacers, Blake Griffin attempted a jump shot that lacked some power, luckily Butler was alert and made an incredible...
During Monday night’s game against the Pacers, Caron Butler beat the buzzer at the half with what has to be one of the greatest tip-ins of the season. Blake Griffin attempted a jump shot with one second remaining, it ended up falling short but Butler was there for the incredible over-the-shoulder tip-in with .2 seconds left.
The Los Angeles Clippers were trailing the Indiana Pacers by a score of 51-41 with 3.6 seconds left in the half, when Blake Griffin was forced to shoot a tough jumper from the wing in order to beat the buzzer. Blake’s contested shot came up just short, but Clippers’ swingman, Caron Butler, was there to give the ball a little help.
Not a bad display of concentration, positioning...
Caron Butler had a pretty incredible backwards tip in off of a Blake Griffin air-ball as time expired in the first half. Despite the great effort, the Clippers still were down 51-43 at the end of the first half of play.
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NBA star Chris Paul goes with a trendy casual game day look yesterday, donned in a fitted H&M grey crew neck sweater, combined with olive $339 Comme Des Garcon carpenter pants, and neutral pair of $550 Ferragamo shoes. Chris spruces up his ensemble, accessorizing with a Camouflage driver cap, which I thought was pretty unique. I love to see attire that consist of pieces from...
Professional athletes aren’t required to use their fame and recognition to help the disadvantage, but if they do, they then have a responsiblity to do what is necessary to make sure that everything and everyone remains accountable. Case in point, Lamar Odom. The Los Angeles Clippers forward started a foundation back in 2004 called Cathy’s Kids. He named it after his mother. She...
PLAYA VISTA, Calif. Eventually, the Clippers are going to win their franchise-record 50th game. But right now, with seven games left in the regular season and the playoffs quickly approaching, theyve got bigger concerns.
Intensity, for one.
The Clippers play the bottom-feeding Phoenix Suns on Wednesday night at Staples Center hoping to put their latest slump behind them. The Clippers...
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Deron Williams showed off his adorable family on Instagram.
Chad Johnson went to brunch...
Los Angeles Clippers forward Lamar Odom is facing allegations that he misused funds from the tax exempt charity he created to help underprivileged kids and raise money for cancer research.In 2004, Odom created a charity called "Cathy's Kids" in honor of his late mother, who died from cancer when Odom was just 12 years old. The charity has raised an estimated $2.2 million...
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After losing his mother to stomach cancer nine years ago, Lamar Odom started the charity Cathy’s Kids. While Odom promised the charity, named after his late mother, would both “help causes that are focused on finding a cure and helping people who suffer from the disease” and “ensure that funds are available for under-privileged youth that live in the inner cities of New York...
Del Negro's Clippers are in fourth-place in the Western Conference right now, so throwing the team under the proverbial bus doesn't seem like the smartest move at this point
After a lackluster effort in a 98-81 against a Houston Rockets team without an injured James Harden on Saturday night at the Toyota Center, the Los Angeles Clippers, and...
By JUSTIN EINHORN
STATS Senior Editor
On the verge of matching their longest losing streak of the season and following two particularly bad defeats, the Los Angeles Clippers may be getting a break with the Western Conference's worst team coming to town.
Chris Paul expects them to treat it like a playoff game.
The Clippers get their fourth crack at a franchise-record 50th victory...