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Topic - Chris Paul
Blake Griffin won't be playing in Portland, regardless of whether his 16th technical of the season is rescinded.
The Clippers tuned up for the playoffs with a clinic on scoring in transition, whether it was going coast-to-coast for layups or ferocious dunks.
Oklahoma City has its starting five back together just in time for the playoffs. Their weeks apart didn't hurt their defense at all.
Sacramento Mayor and former NBA All-Star Kevin Johnson will lead a search committee to select a new executive director for the NBA Players Association.
A 17-point third-quarter lead was not enough for the Phoenix Suns, not the way the Los Angeles Clippers are playing these days.
Matt Barnes jogged out of the visiting locker room and headed toward the Target Center court, where the hometown Minnesota Timberwolves awaited.
The excuses came ready made for the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night. Blake Griffin and Jamal Crawford were out with injuries. They were playing their fourth game of a five-game road trip.
Things did not look good for the Los Angeles Clippers early in Saturday night's game against Houston.
The Los Angeles Clippers have not tired of inflicting fourth-quarter pain on the Dallas Mavericks.
Injuries and illness across New Orleans' roster provided Daruis Miller a chance to play extended minutes with his old Kentucky teammate, Anthony Davis.
Doc Rivers and Larry Drew both got new coaching jobs this season. Needless to say, the Los Angeles Clippers dealt Rivers a much better hand that his counterpart received in Milwaukee.
The Clippers' success isn't just because of Blake Griffin's scoring and Chris Paul's playmaking. The dramatic improvement in rebounding has been an integral part as well.
Blake Griffin shouldered the blame for his team faltering down the stretch.
After spraining his ankle, Chris Paul might have lost some quickness. He compensated with determination.
The Lakers were the designated home team this time. That meant the Clippers had to put up with looking at all those championship banners and retired numbers that their co-tenant at the Staples Center has had hanging on the wall since the arena opened 15 seasons ago - and weren't able to cover them up with banners of their own players.
"We've got a little bit of experience going into next year. Now we know what it takes," he said.
"It's all good and well," Paul said about the franchise records, "but it's all about the postseason."