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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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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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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Blake Griffin

Doc Rivers: Clippers won’t trade Blake Griffin

Blake Griffin has been the hot topic in the trade rumor mill as of late, initially because the Clippers were off to a 13-3 start after Griffin went down with a quad injury, and then the scenario magnified after Griffin broke his hand in a fight with a Clippers equipment manager. Suddenly it became less

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DeMarcus Cousins

DeMarcus Cousins says he ‘hates’ the Clippers

  Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins abhors the Los Angeles Clippers and their tendency to flop, and after a 104-111 loss to the Clippers in the Kings’ season-opener on Wednesday night, Cousins was very vocal about his dislike for ‘Lob City.’ “I hate them, honestly, I do. I hate them.” – Cousins on the Clippers

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Clippers

2015-16 NBA Preseason Rankings: No. 7 LA Clippers

There are two main types of pressure that exist: the pressure to sustain and the pressure to prove. The Clippers have always been trying to prove their worth in Los Angeles, but their championship-expectation scale of pressure has become legitimate. Through the first 11 games of last postseason, the Clippers flat out looked like the

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Clippers reportedly ‘exploring’ the idea of signing Paul Pierce

After a disappointing second-round flameout that prevented them from advancing to their first Western Conference Final in franchise history, Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers are looking to revamp their roster to prevent a meltdown of that magnitude from occurring again.  Rivers has wasted no time in beginning Los Angeles’ roster re-tooling, as he

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Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan apparently had a ‘falling out’

DeAndre Jordan and Chris Paul didn’t always see eye-to-eye this season.  The Los Angeles Clippers are coming fresh off the heels of a monumental playoff meltdown that prevented them from advancing to their first ever Western Conference Finals in franchise history. Los Angeles led James Harden and the Houston Rockets 3-1 in their second round

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The End of the Los Angeles Clippers

The Los Angeles Clippers remind me of that little brother that always believes he can beat you, and regardless of how close get gets, he can never get over the hill. Since acquiring Chris Paul in 2011, the Clippers have been docked favorites almost every year but haven’t won a thing. Lob City was smothered

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Clippers' Blake Griffin 'likely' to return from staph infection at some point next week

Blake Griffin is ‘likely’ to return sometime next week according to ESPN. The Los Angeles Clippers are right in the thick of things in the grueling Western Conference playoff race, and they currently hold the 5th seed, just a half game up on the Dallas Mavericks and a half game below the Portland Trail Blazers. Los

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