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L.A. Is A New Team With Chris Paul; Boston’s Win Streak Is Over
dimemag.com Updated Feb 11, 2013
Most nights when the home team gets run out of the gym, the arena is unusually quiet. Not last night in Philly. While the Clippers were busy laying a 17-point beatdown on the Sixers, the crowd was halfway in-between incensed and amazed. It really began …Upvote Share Tweet
Blake Griffin Switches Hands Mid-Dunkdeadspin.com Feb 11, 2013This is reminiscent of (but not nearly as pretty as) Michael Jordan switching hands in Game 2 of the 1991 Finals against the Lakers. It's not as fluid and obvious as Jordan, but that same hesitation is there and, anyway, Griffin's game has never been ab…Upvote Share Tweet
Clippers close out road trip with rout of SixersESPN.com Feb 11, 2013Chris Paul had 21 points and 11 assists, Blake Griffin scored 20 points and the Los Angeles Clippers cruised to a 107-90 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night.Upvote Share Tweet
Focused On The Greater GoodCNNSI.com Feb 11, 2013For years, Jamal Crawford was the face of futility. But the once reluctant sixth man has accepted his role and made himself into a crucial piece for a winning team, says Chris Mannix.Upvote Share Tweetnydailynews.com Feb 11, 2013The Knicks have laid waste to the middling teams on their schedule, but they have struggled against the better ones. It is a troubling trend that will plague them down the line.Upvote Share Tweet
Blake Griffin Switches Hands On Huge SlamFeb 11Dunk Of The Night: Blake Griffin switches hands in midair as he finishes with a hard one-handed slam on Spencer Hawes.
High-Flying Clippers Top 76ersFeb 11Blake Griffin thrilled the crowd with another highlight reel dunk and Chris Paul had 21 points, 11 assists and 5 steals to guide the Clippers past the 76ers.
Ian Thomsen: Celtics continue post-Rondo surge, top Nuggets in 3OTFeb 11BOSTON -- The NBA's two hottest teams generated arguably the best game of the season Sunday night, and here's why: The Celtics and the Nuggets were both trying to play fast, both trying to share the ball and both trying to prove at each other's expense …