This is the January 25, 2013 news archive. View today's Clippers rumors and news.
Inside The NBA Got A Little Gay-Baity Last NightUpdated Jan 25 Share Tweet
During halftime of last night's Clippers-Suns game, the Inside the NBA crew had some fun at the expense of Charles Barkley, who mentioned during the second quarter that he gets his eyebrows waxed. The segment began with a mocking Shaquille O'Neal gettin…
Share TweetJohn Wall is back in the starting lineup for the Washington Wizards.Source: CNNSI.com
Jamal Crawford’s teammates give him crossover-based nicknames, and so should weUpdated Jan 25 Share TweetAs my colleague Eric Freeman noted Thursday night in discussing the announcement of the Eastern and Western Conference All-Star reserves, TNT analyst Charles Barkley argued hard for the inclusion of Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford on the West …Source: yahoo.com
Carmelo Anthony Walks Out Of Boston A Winner; DeMar DeRozan Has A Dagger Up His SleeveUpdated Jan 25 Share TweetCeltics vs. Knicks felt like not just a big game, but a priority. This was appointment viewing after the trash-talk episode that landed the last Celtics-Knicks game on the front page of every sports page in the country. It’s the kind of episode that weSource: dimemag.com
Boston Grasps Defeat From The Jaws Of Victory; The Lakers Figure Out How To Play TogetherUpdated Jan 18 Share TweetEach time we checked in with the Hawks vs. Celtics it was like watching a different game. In the first half the Celtics were on cruise control and it almost looked as if Tommy Heinsohn could have stepped in because of Boston’s 27-point lead. Atlanta wasSource: dimemag.comShare TweetGoran Dragic scored 19 of his 24 points in the first half and the Phoenix Suns held on to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 93-88 on Thursday night, improving to 2-0 under interim coach Lindsey Hunter.Source: ESPN.com
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Ian Thomsen: Things not getting any easier for Celtics after home loss to …Jan 25The Celtics are one of the NBA's few underachieving teams without a built-in excuse. Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry, all 35 or older, have yet to miss a game. The same goes for everyone in their nine-man rotation but Rajon Rondo and Avery Br…
The Sports Guy on Knicks-CelticsJan 25Taking in Knicks-Celtics with a few words and a bunch of pictures.