Paul George voted Second-Team All-Defense, Third-Team All NBA

Paul George was listed on two notable league-wide awards this week. Paul George’s name has frequently appeared on NBA press releases this week, and for good reason. The league has been announcing regular-season honors and so, of course Paul George, the 10th-leading scorer in the NBA this season, was amongst those listed. First, the All-Defensive team. This is obviously an award...
Via Vigilant Sports
2 days ago

Clippers' DeAndre Jordan makes All-NBA First Team, Chris Paul on second team

DeAndre Jordan, once a throw-in when the Clippers discussed a "Big Three," finally got the recognition that's largely eluded him. Jordan was named to the All-NBA First Team on Thursday, earning recognition as the league’s top center. Jordan...
Via The OC Register
2 days ago  |  Discuss

DeAndre Jordan Named All-NBA First Team, Chris Paul Second Team

The All-NBA team results were released, and the two Clippers we expected to make it made it. Today, the All-NBA Teams were released, and the Clippers had two representatives, with DeAndre Jordan on the All-NBA 1st Team and Chris Paul on the All-NBA 2nd Team.  This comes in the same year that Jordan didn't even make the All-Star team. These results follow yesterday's announcement...
Via Clips Nation
2 days ago

2016 Clipper Exit Interviews: Chris Paul

The 2015-16 exit interview series continues with Point God, Chris Paul. Name: Chris Paul Age: 31 (Turns 32 May 6) 2015-16 Stats: 19.5 PPG, 4.2 RPG, 10.0 APG, 2.1 SPG, 46.2 FG%, 37.1 3P% and zero foul outs. Experience: 11 years (6 years with New Orleans, 5 years with Los Angeles) 2015-16 Salary: $21,468,696 Contract Status: One more year guaranteed at $22,868,828, with an early...
Via Clips Nation
2 days ago

Clippers' Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan selected to All-Defensive First Team

Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan – two of the biggest factors in the Clippers’ successful regular season – earned some postseason hardware Wednesday. Both players were named to the NBA’s All-Defensive First Team, joining unanimous choice Kawhi...
Via The OC Register
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Importance Of Chris Paul To The Los Angeles Clippers

The rivalry between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors has come to a head over the past few seasons due to both teams' recent success. After Stephen Curry sprained his MCL Sunday night, the Clippers and their fans had some reason to believe that they could get past the Warriors in the second round of the playoffs, barring a comeback by the Portland Trailblazers...
Via The Sports Quotient
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Celtics star Isaiah Thomas suffers ankle sprain

Guards are dropping like flies in the NBA playoffs. A day after Chris Paul suffered a broken right hand and two days following Stephen Curry’s sprained MCL, comes this pretty alarming report from the Boston Celtics: #NEBHInjuryReport: Isaiah Thomas has been diagnosed with a mild left ankle sprain and will not return to tonight's game. — Boston Celtics (@celtics) April 27...
Via Sportsnaut
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

The domino effect of Chris Paul’s injury is staggering

For Chris Paul, the morning of Tuesday, April 26, 2016, must feel like “The Morning After.” For most observers of the league — as fans and chroniclers — the same feeling exists. For a few teams, however, this Tuesday morning doesn’t bring with it the scent of carnage or rubble, but opportunity. So much of the time spent waiting for the regular season to just get over...
Via Crossover Chronicles
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Chris Paul leaves game with broken hand

The Los Angeles Clippers suffered a huge blow on Monday night when Chris Paul left the game against the Blazers with a hand injury. He hurt it trying to jar the ball loose from Gerald Henderson in the third quarter, and you can watch the play below. ESPN’s J.A. Adande reports that Paul suffered a broken hand, and CP3 could miss the rest of the postseason. A source said Chris...
Via The Sports Daily
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

Chris Paul suffers broken right hand in Game 4 vs Blazers

The Los Angeles Clippers and the Portland Trail Blazers were deadlocked in their Game 4 battle, when things took a turn in the absolute wrong direction for the Clippers. Chris Paul was making a play on the ball as Portland’s Gerald Henderson was driving to the basket, and suffered a broken hand. Paul was ruled out for the rest of the game as a result of the injury. The injury...
Via The Comeback
April 26, 2016  |  Discuss

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