Found November 04, 2012 on
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Vinny Del Negro
Los Angeles Clippers
Golden State Warriors
LOS ANGELES -- Playing without star center Andrew Bogut, the Golden State Warriors came into Los Angeles and stole a 114-110 victory over the previously unbeaten Clippers. "It's just a great win for us. A great win for us," Golden State head coach Mark Jackson said. "I'm extremely proud of my guys." Carl Landry came off the bench for Golden State to punish the Clippers for 23 points and 10 rebounds. After trailing by double figures in the fourth quarter, the Clippers tied the game in the final two minutes. "We don't quit," Jackson said. "I've been part of teams when say ‘It's not our night. Things aren't going our way,'" Jackson said. "But we gutted it out. We defended and we executed." Chris Paul cut the lead to one, and Stephen Curry split on a pair of free throws, giving the Clippers a chance to tie. But as he made a left-handed lay-up, Curry stepped over and took the charge. "We had ...
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Until December, Andrew Bogut will only be able to play 20 minutes per game.credit: sbnation.com
After acquiring Andrew Bogut from Milwaukee last season in exchange for Monta Ellis, the Warriors have been hoping that he can be the centerpiece big man they have been lacking. With a lot of offensive minded players on the team, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and David Lee, the team badly...
The Golden State Warriors can ill-afford injuries at this point. They are trying to claw their way out of the basement, and to do so they will need every piece healthy. Unfortunately, the team may have lost Brandon Rush to a significant knee injury. He landed awkwardly on his left knee in the first quarter of the team's loss to the Memphis Gizzlies and had to leave in...
The NBA is trying to enforce flopping this season, and David Lee is apparently willing to become the league's "goon."
During Saturday night's Warriors-Clippers game, Lee took some offense to Blake Griffin "acting" like he was getting pushed a little harder than he was. Mid-way through the fourth quarter, after Jamal Crawford drained a...
On paper, the Golden State Warriors have a solid team. They seem to be on the rise. Unfortunately, their stock has plummeted with news of Brandon Rush's injury. For the second time in his career, Rush has a torn knee. In 2007, he tore his right ACL. Now, it's his left. Rush was injured on Friday against the Memphis Grizzlies. Yesterday, the injury was confirmed...
Golden State Warriors forward Brandon Rush had to be helped off the floor after he injured his left knee against the Memphis Grizzlies in Friday night's home opener.
Rush leaped in the air for a dunk when Zach Randolph fouled him with 4:09 left in the first quarter. Rush landed awkwardly, his knee bent badly and he tumbled to the floor.
Rush got up on one leg immediately, waved...
Blake Griffin takes his share of abuse each game, but he also has a reputation for acting and overselling contact. Perhaps it’s his defense mechanism against the pounding he takes. During Saturday’s Clippers-Warriors game, Golden State forward David Lee decided he’d had enough.
As you can see in the video above, Lee yelled at Griffin to “stop flopping” during the fourth...
I would like to personally thank David Lee for telling Blake Griffin what I wish I could tell him at least 20 times a day. During a Clippers and Warriors game on Saturday David Lee took exception with one of Griffin’s many flops and had about enough. He yelled at Blake to stop flopping, and though we can’t hear it via the audio, and it is fair to say that you don’t have to...
If you paid close attention you would have seen that Blake Griffin made his 2012-13 debut for the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night sporting a sharp pair of cobalt blue Jordans.
According to an industry source, Mr. Lob city has become the latest NBA star to join Nike‘s Jordan Brand. An announcement is expected soon on the new endorsement deal for the Clippers’ two-time...
LOS ANGELES –Are the Clippers really the most dominant NBA in L.A.? For the moment they are as they defeated the new-look Lakers with a sincere confidence 105-95.
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The Golden State Warriors had to deal with adversity on and off the court to pull out a victory over the Los Angeles Clippers and put a happy ending on a difficult day.
Stephen Curry and reserve Carl Landry had 23 points apiece, and the Warriors held off the Clippers for a 114-110 victory on Saturday night.
''We don't quit,'' coach Mark Jackson said. '&...
On one hand, we have seen Blake Griffin take some pretty hard fouls. But on the other, Griffin is known to embellish every now and then when there is a little contact.
So when David Lee gave Griffin a shove during Saturday’s Warriors-Clippers game, Griffin embellished on the contact a little and Lee responded by shouting, “stop flopping!”
The post David Lee tells Blake Griffin...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Paul had 18 points and 15 assists, Jamal Crawford scored 21 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Los Angeles Lakers 105-95 Friday night to send their Staples Center co-tenants to an 0-3 start.
Kobe Bryant scored 40 points and Dwight Howard had 13 points and eight rebounds while battling constant foul trouble for the Lakers, who are 0-3 for the first...
For years Los Angeles has been a city with two professional basketball teams pointed in opposite directions. The Los Angeles Clippers, for so long the ugly step-brother to the championship–bred Los Angeles Lakers, are obviously on the move up. The Lakers, well that's a different story entirely. As of right now, the Clippers are the better team in the City of Angels and...
Last year we saw this young Clippers bunch thrive with Chris Paul under the helm as they made the playoffs and matched up with a lethal Grizzlies team. Many picked the experienced Grizzlies to move on against LA, but instead the Clippers took the series to seven games and went into Memphis and basically man-handled them. Banged up from the series before Los Angeles had virtually...
In an interesting article by Yahoo! Sports, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard had plans on joining forces. They were teammates in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and grew closer. Apparently, Chris Paul wanted Dwight Howard to come to New Orleans and play for the Hornets. On the other hand, Dwight Howard wanted Chris Paul to come to Orlando and play for the Magic. When they realized...