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Here is a video of Jamal Crawford throwing two straight alley-oops to his teammate Eric Bledsoe in the fourth quarter of the Clippers vs. Mavericks game on Wednesday night.Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan are jumping up and down on the Clippers' bench while the owner of the Mavericks, Mark Cuban, looks disgusted at the two dunks by Bledsoe.The Clippers defeated the Mavericks 112-90.
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Los Angeles Clippers guard Eric Bledsoe threw down a reverse slam dunk to complete the alley-oop after receiving the pass from teammate Jamal Crawford during the final minutes of Wednesday night's NBA game at the Staples Center against the Dallas Mavericks.
Bledsoe finished with 8 points and 5 rebounds, and "Lob City" fans got their money's worth as the Clippers...
In garbage time of the Los Angeles Clippers dunk fest against the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night, shooting guard Jamal Crawford got a fast break and tossed it up to back-up point guard Eric Bledsoe. Bledsoe caught the alley-oop and threw down a nice two-handed reverse slam. Click here to view the embedded video. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was at a loss to express his feelings as he watched his team get blown out by the Los Angeles Clippers at the Staples Center on Wednesday night, as evidenced by this camera shot taken during the final minute of the game.
GIF via Reddit. H/T Sports Grid.
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And here I didn’t think anyone still wore those non-collared shirts with buttons. Just Cubes being Cubes, right? Mark’s team is now 2-7 on the road. Meanwhile, last light I watched a DVR of Shark Tank where Cubes bought part of a Christmas tree farm. His NBA team is struggling and Cubes is investing in a six-week per year business.
What the hell is going on with this guy?
Yes, NBA dorks, that was a nice alley-oop pass last night from Jamal Crawford to DeAndre Jordan. The Clippers were at home and facing a Mavs team that can’t win a road game (now 2-7). Congrats.
Yes, Crawford had 20 off the bench. The Clips won, 112-90. Congrats.
Someone wake me in May when Crawford and the Clippers are busy golfing and sipping fruity drinks in Cabo.
Tweet Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford is one of the NBA’s best ball-handlers, and teammate DeAndre Jordan is one of the league’s most athletic. The combination came together beautifully for the Clippers against the Mavericks last night: This play was another example why the upstart Clippers are quickly becoming one of the NBA’s most [...]
The Los Angeles Clippers had plenty of highlights during their dominating 112-90 win over the Dallas Mavericks Wednesday night, from Blake Griffin's dunks to Eric Bledsoe's reverse alley-oop.
One of the lowlights, however, was Lamar Odom's embarrassing miss of a layup attempt that was so far off the mark that it almost went over the backboard.
The Dallas Mavericks had a rough night last night against the LA Clippers when they lost 112-90. Caron Butler threw down a huge jam on Chris Kaman's face, and Blake Griffin threw down a left handed dunk on Elton Brand. Owner Mark Cuban didn't look very happy throughout the game, and with about a minute left in the game he decided to take a nap because he just couldn&...
Los Angeles Clippers forward DeAndre Jordan has thrown down his fair share of highlight reel slams. On Wednesday, the 24-year old provided yet another one.Watch as teammate Jamal Crawford penetrates and sets him up with a beautiful alley-oop pass, which leads to an even more beautiful dunk by Jordan. The play occurred midway through the second quarter between the Clippers' home...
This video of Zack Morris selling friendship bracelets on Shark Tank is probably the best video to hit the internet in a long time, maybe ever. How can you go wrong combining the best show on television right now with one of the best shows ever in one YouTube video?? That's right, you can't. Check out the video below of Zack locking down a deal with Mark Cuban.
The cynic in a lot of us wonders if David Stern wouldn't be so concerned with intentional fouls if it wasn't for who was being intentionally fouled and what team that guy plays for.
But it's Dwight Howard and it's the Lakers, so it can't be right. The integrity of the game is comprised. The fans are cheated. Heat fans don't want to watch Spurs scrubs.