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DeAndre Jordan skies for reverse alley-oop slam dunk from Chris Paul

There are few teams like the Los Angeles Clippers and the monicker of “Lob City” is a pretty telling narrative of their high-flying team. During last night’s Clippers-Warriors game, Clippers star guard Chris Paul showed off his alley-oop ability as he found teammate DeAndre Jordan for a reverse dunk in the third quarter of play: Welcome to Lob City! *** Jordan reverse dunk...
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Chris Paul’s twin brother joins State Farm’s National Bureau of Assists

State Farm is going to continue running these Chris Paul/Cliff Paul ads for a while. It’s because other pro basketball players also have twin siblings that we didn’t know about. Look at Cliff Paul join State Farm’s National Bureau of Assists: So here are the members of THIS NBA: *Sebastian Curry (Stephen’s twin) *Summer Bird (Sue’s twin, WNBA point guard) *Darius Lillard...
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5 Days Of Christmas NBA Game Previews: Clippers vs. Warriors

The final Christmas NBA game features the rivalry of the Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors Welcome back to part 5 of the 5 Days of Christmas NBA Game Previews as we break down the Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors game. Other NBA Christmas Game Previews: Washington Wizards vs. New York Knicks San Antonio Spurs vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Miami Heat...
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DeAndre Jordan does monster slam off Chris Paul alley-oop

Well, remember when the Hawks passed on Chris Paul in favor of Marvin Williams? CP3 reminded ATL once again what they were missing. It also helps to have a beast like DeAndre Jordan on your side. Look at CP3 throw up the lob to Jordan for the destruction: But the Hawks did have the last laugh as they beat the Clippers, 107-104. That dunk, though? Delicious. *** DeAndre Jordan pic...
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Clippers' Chris Paul wears "I Can't Breathe" shirt

Chris Paul became the latest star athlete to wear an "I Can't Breathe" shirt. Paul wore the black T-shirt under a black jacket to a postgame news conference Wednesday after the Clippers' 102-100 victory over Indiana. "I think to each his own," Paul said. "Everybody may feel a (certain) way about anything." Paul, who had his son, Chris, nearby in the press conference, explained the...
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Three Years Later: Remembering the Chris Paul to Lakers “veto”

“WoW.” Chris Paul’s tweet said it all. Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past three years, you will remember that the Los Angeles Lakers and New Orleans Hornets agreed on a trade that would place CP3 in forum blue and gold. News of the trade was initially broken by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Y! Sources: New Orleans has reached agreement on blockbuster...
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Five reasons the Los Angeles Clippers are title contenders

Dynamic Duo The Los Angeles Clippers have been completely irrelevant in the last two decades. They have only five playoff appearances since 1994 and have never been to a conference final yet alone made an appearance in the NBA finals. Can you believe that?The Clippers have only made it to the Western Conference semi finals three times out of their five playoff appearances. In the...
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Chris Paul Helps Teenager Honor His Deceased Mother

Wednesday night point guard Chris Paul who  helped lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 104-98 victory over the Detroit Pistons paid tribute to a fan who lost his mother. reports that the 29-year-old wore the initials L.E.G in honor of Jake Gallagher, a 13-year-old teenage fan who lost his mother this past September due to brain cancer. According to Ben Bolch of the Los...
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This Just In: Chris Paul is Still a Passing Wizard

​ Since the beginning of his career, Chris Paul has annually ranked among the league’s best finishers in assist-to-turnover ratio. Entering this season, Paul had completed 4.09 assists for every turnover he committed, a truly elite rate. This year Paul is taking his mastery of the Clippers’ offense to another level: he’s at 6.33 assists for every turnover. When he...
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November 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Anonymous executives: CP3 has lost a step

Some NBA executives think that Chris Paul has lost something, according to one reporter. Appearing on ESPN’s “Numbers Never Lie” Thursday, NBA reporter Chris Broussard was asked whether the Clippers could compete for an NBA title. The Clippers reached the Western Conference semifinals last season but lost to the Oklahoma City Thunder in six games....Read More
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October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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