Griffin, Clippers look to continue hot hand vs. Pacers

LOS ANGELES -- After capping a six-game road trip on a high note, the Los Angeles Clippers begin a four-game homestand Sunday night against the Indiana Pacers at Staples Center. The Clippers (16-5) salvaged their recent journey with back-to-back victories over the New Orleans Pelicans and the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday and Friday. They started the run with...
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2 hours ago

Impact of Clippers' Luc Mbah a Moute is impossible to ignore

NEW ORLEANS – Jamal Crawford wanted to voice his opinion. “Best perimeter defender in the NBA,” he bellowed as he began to dry off in front of his locker Friday night in New Orleans. To his right, the media gathered around Luc Mbah a Moute, an...
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Griffin, Paul lead Clippers past Pelicans 114-96

NEW ORLEANS (AP) Blake Griffin had 27 points and 10 rebounds, Chris Paul had 17 points and 13 assists, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the New Orleans Pelicans 114-96 on Friday night. Jamal Crawford scored 21 points and Luc Mbah a Moute had 15 for Los Angeles, which capped a 10-day, six-game trip with victories on back-to-back nights on the shores of lakes Erie and Pontchartrain...
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Clippers' Redick given the night off vs. Pelicans

NEW ORLEANS (AP) Clippers coach Doc Rivers says J.J. Redick won't play Friday night against the New Orleans Pelicans so the veteran shooting guard can rest. The Clippers' game in New Orleans marks the end of a six-game trip that began in Dallas on Nov. 23. The Clippers also will get only one day off in Los Angeles before hosting Indiana on Sunday. Rivers has been periodically...
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LA Clippers: The gravity of Blake Griffin’s post play is deadly

Blake Griffin matched a career-high 11 assists as the LA Clippers crushed the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-94, and showcased just how deadly he is as a passer when defenses gravitate around him in the post. The LA Clippers were coming off three straight disappointing losses, capped off by falling in double overtime to none other than the Brooklyn […] LA Clippers: The gravity of Blake...
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The Los Angeles Clippers finally showed up

The Los Angeles Clippers finally showed up on their east coast trip, as they shockingly defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 113-94 to snap a three-game losing streak. J.J. Reick led the Clippers in points with 23, shooting nine of 13 from the field. Kyrie Irving went off for the Cavaliers as he dropped 28, but every other Cav was held under 20 points. The Clippers won this game by shutting...
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Will the Los Angeles Clippers bounce back?

In just two short weeks, the Los Angeles Clippers were being talked about as possible championship contenders to being portrayed as a team searching for answers. Analysts and fans, alike, were wondering how the Clippers feel so quickly from having the best record in the NBA, to being the current third seed in the Western Conference. In the midst of their road trip, the Los Angeles...
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WATCH: Kyrie Irving strikes Paul Pierce after screen

Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving was not happy after receiving an elbow from Paul Pierce in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s game, and he delivered a shot to his opponent in response. It happened when Pierce set a screen, which Irving attempted to fight through. However, it looked as if Pierce shifted his weight a bit, and Irving caught some of his elbow as a result. ...
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The Clippers showed how scary they can be in a blowout win over the Cavaliers

A 113-94 beatdown of the defending champion Cavaliers was certainly one way for the Los Angeles Clippers to bounce back from a double overtime loss to the lowly Brooklyn Nets. And in the same way that defeat exposed the Clippers at their very worst, Thursday night's win in Cleveland showed this team at its very best — a real threat to a seemingly inevitable Warriors-Cavs Finals...
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2 days ago

Final: Clippers dominate Cavaliers, end 3-game losing streak

CLEVELAND – Three straight losses meant nearly a week’s worth of questions about the Clippers and their mental state. Had they lost who they were as a basketball team? Why couldn’t they defend? Did they let their early-season success get to...
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Report: Clippers expect Chris Paul to demand full max this summer

Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul may be looking to become Chri$$$ Paul this coming offseason. According to a report by Zach Lowe of ESPN on Thursday, the Clippers expect Paul, who can become an unrestricted free agent this summer, to demand the full five-year max (or whatever the longest possible deal winds up being in the revised CBA) to remain with the team. Paul,...
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Clippers coach Doc Rivers fined $15,000 by NBA

NEW YORK (AP) Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers was fined $15,000 by the NBA on Thursday for verbally abusing a game official and failing to leaving the court in a timely manner after his ejection. The incident happened with 18.6 remaining in the first overtime of the Clippers' 127-122 double-overtime loss at Brooklyn on Tuesday night. Rivers was given a technical foul for...
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DeAndre Jordan calls out Clippers for overconfidence

The Los Angeles Clippers have lost their third straight game after a 14-2 start, and DeAndre Jordan had some blunt words for his team in light of that. Jordan believes the Clippers began thinking they were better than they actually are, and that has been a factor behind their recent swoon. “I think we are smelling ourselves a little bit,” Jordan said after the latest loss to...
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Doc Rivers rips referee Ken Mauer for technical foul, ejection

Clippers head coach Doc Rivers ripped referee Ken Mauer for giving him what he felt was an unwarranted technical foul that led to an ejection. Rivers was ejected with under 20 seconds left in overtime of the Clippers’ loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday night. The Clippers coach had a dispute with referee Lauren Holtkamp over a foul called on the Clippers following an inbounds...
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WATCH: CP3 performs CPR on Paul Pierce after missed dunk

Paul Pierce is old. Not for a regular person, as he’s just 39, but he’s old for an NBA player. This is apparent to his teammates, and provided the catalyst for some quality on-court comedy from Chris Paul. Take a look as Pierce received a CP3 pass and attempted to finish a dunk in transition: CP3 just resuscitated Paul Pierce after a missed dunk and I'm gonna need him to...
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Report: Ex-owner Donald Sterling settles lawsuit with NBA over sale of LA Clippers

Former owner Donald Sterling has settled a legal dispute with the NBA over the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers in 2014, according to Nathan Enno of the Los Angeles Times: Donald Sterling’s long-running legal fight with the NBA over the $2-billion sale of the Clippers to Steve Ballmer ended Friday when the team’s former owner settled the dispute with the league...
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Chris Paul cheated on eye test for years before getting LASIK

So maybe there’s a reason Cliff Paul wears glasses in the State Farm commercials. Chris Paul, the Clippers’ all-star point guard, has displayed some of the best court vision in the NBA for years. But his actual vision was not nearly as good. Paul has led the NBA in assists four times, but he would have trouble seeing when he looked over to the bench to get play calls. “As...
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Why Luc Mbah a Moute is the Los Angeles Clippers’ unsung hero

The Clippers have arguably been the NBA’s best team so far this season. Although, they just took a tough loss at home to the Memphis Grizzlies, they have been the best defensive team in the NBA and a top tier offensive team. Many would attribute this success to the health and elevated play of the Clippers’ monstrous duo of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, and rightfully so. However...
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How The Cavs & Clippers Are Improving Their Old Familiar Selves

The Cleveland Cavaliers could have shown up in February. J.R. Smith didn't sign a new contract until two weeks before the season started. LeBron James is nearly 32 and coming off his sixth straight Finals appearance; he's got serious mileage on him. Kyrie Irving has a habit of playing himself into shape as the season goes along. No one would have blamed them for looking sluggish...
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18 days ago  |  Discuss

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