Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin as the centerpiece for a new Clippers era

Blake Griffin couldn’t wait to play with Chris Paul. After being led by Paul for six seasons, the Clippers became the latest victim of losing an All-Star to free agency. Fortunately, Paul made them aware of his decision beforehand. The Clippers were able to make a trade with the Houston Rockets that landed them some

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Power Forwards

NBA free agency is set to begin on July 1st and it should be an interesting period for teams trying to find that missing piece. During the playoffs, I did my list og top 10 NBA free agent point guards, shooting guards and small forwards. Today, I will be looking my top 10 NBA free

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What if the Clippers didn’t trade for Mo Williams?

The NBA is like one of those video games you play where one decision can affect the rest of the story. Just like those video games, the most obscure trade or draft pick etc. can change the entire landscape of the league. Just image what if Kevin Durant went number one to the Portland Trail

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Blake Griffin exits Lob City? Should the Clippers trade him?

Blake Griffin is one of the best PF’s in the NBA. That should come as no surprise to NBA fans. Who was once known only as a highlight reel became and all-around power forward for the once irrelevant Los Angeles Clippers, who have rejuvenated their franchise thanks to the likes of Chris Paul and Blake

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Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Los Angeles Clippers

Money isn’t the issue with re-signing Blake Griffin and Chris Paul

Los Angeles Clippers owner, Steve Ballmer, has made it clear that they want to bring back Chris Paul and Blake Griffin when they hit the free agent market. This should not come as a surprise at all. Everyone knows that these two are the clear-cut superstars on the team and the Clippers would be crazy

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Candidates For Comeback Player of The Year Award

Their are always star players who are coming back from bad injuries or veterans trying to hold onto their career and young names that haven’t yet panned out in the NBA. Here are a few names to look at this coming season to win the Comeback Player of The Year award. Joakim Noah: New York

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Blake Griffin Is a Better Fit for Celtics Than Russell Westbrook

The Boston Celtics know they have to do something to challenge the reigning NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference this coming season. They won 48 games last season and the Celtics improved this offseason by signing star big man Al Horford to a four-year, $113 million deal. But they need one more superstar to elevate their

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Los Angeles Clippers, Austin Rivers

Austin Rivers is now exempt from all slander

Los Angeles Clippers reserve Austin Rivers has always received a steady torrent of hate from NBA fans, but after a gritty performance in Game 6 against the Portland Trail Blazers, Rivers is now exempt from all slander. Yes you read that correctly. Rivers had to receive 11 stitches around his right-eye after being thumped in the face

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VIDEO: Blake Griffin posterizes Mason Plumlee in Game 1

Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers routed the Portland Trail Blazers 115-95 in Game 1 of the two teams’ first round playoff series, and Griffin, who is trying to regain his form after being on the shelf for majority of the regular season thanks to injuries to his quad and hand, put on a

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First Round Preview: (4) Los Angeles Clippers vs. (5) Portland TrailBlazers

Overview: This 4 vs. 5 series out West is possibly the only series that truly can go the distance. Although the Clippers beat the Blazers 3 games to 1 during the regular season, all of that goes out the window now. Portland lost 4 starters last season, earning the 5 seed out West speaks volumes

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