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There's bad blood between Clippers and Warriors, who split four regular-season games. Broderick Turner compares the teams, position by position. Aside from the constant refrain of whether the Clippers and Golden State Warriors dislike or hate each other, their first-round Western Conference playoff series has the potential to be very entertaining.
Forget the Showtime Lakers or the Sacramento Kings of past decades. The alley-oops in Lob City, the deep 3-pointers by the Splash Brothers and the overall bitterness between the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State Warriors should make for one of the most entertaining matchups in the first round of the NBA playoffs. ''As far as a series, it's a 10,'' said former New York Knicks coach Jeff Van ...
It's the Clippers, not the Lakers, that should represent Los Angeles in the conference finals this season. In the end, expect the Spurs to hold the trophy. It's springtime in Los Angeles, otherwise known as the season when the Clippers march merrily into the playoffs and the Lakers conduct exit interviews.
Forward won't get into a back and forth with Golden State's Klay Thompson, who says the Clippers' All-Star is 'like a bull in a china shop.' Blake Griffin stood with his back against the wall at the Clippers' practice facility Thursday, his answers thoughtful when he talked about the Golden State Warriors.
LOS ANGELES -- Close to capping their best regular season ever, the Los Angeles Clippers say it would mean little if they don't make a deep run into the NBA playoffs. Forward Blake Griffin scored 24 points and point guard Chris Paul added 21 points and 10 assists, leading the Clippers to a 117-105 romp over the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night at Staples Center. The Clippers (57-24) set a ...
Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and J.J. Redick stay home to rest during regular-season finale in Portland. The Clippers open the playoffs Saturday against Golden State. PORTLAND — The Clippers played out the string of an 82-game regular-season schedule on Wednesday night, knowing before they tipped off against the Portland Trail Blazers that their playoff opponent had been set.
Griffin wasn't going to play against Trail Blazers anyway, but 16th technical will cost him about $200,000. PORTLAND, Ore. — The NBA announced Wednesday that Clippers forward Blake Griffin was suspended one game without pay for getting his 16th technical foul of the season.
The Los Angeles Clippers may know by the time they take the court Wednesday night if they still have an opportunity to secure the Western Conference's No. 2 seed. Blake Griffin and J.J. Redick won't make the trip, and other starters may rest on both sides as Los Angeles visits the playoff-bound Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. The Clippers (57-24) set a franchise record for victories ...
Coach Doc Rivers inherited stars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul when he arrived from Boston, but he reworked the roster around them and turned the Clippers into a more cohesive, defensive unit.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin received a one-game suspension without pay for receiving his 16th technical foul of the 2013-14 season, the league announced Wednesday. Under NBA rules, a player or coach is automatically suspended without pay for one game once he receives his 16th technical foul during a regular season. For every two additional technical fouls received during that ...
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