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The Grizzlies Use Instagram To Troll Blake Griffin & The Clippersdimemag.com May 4, 2013On the same night we saw the Boston fans chanting “Honey Nut Cheerios!” at Carmelo Anthony, the Grizzlies’ faithful came through with their own creative heckling. With Blake Griffin struggling because of an injured ankle, and Zach Randolph doing hisShare Tweet
Paul undecided on future following Clips' ousterLos Angeles Clippers general manager Gary Sacks wasn't in a mood to say much about any of the major decisions hanging over the franchise this summer in the first few moments after the Memphis Grizzlies knocked the Clippers out of the playoffs.Share Tweet
Joey Crawford Crawfords The Joey Crawfords At Crawford Arenadeadspin.com May 4, 2013Chris Paul was ejected last night in what could be his final game for the L.A. Clippers. Shortly thereafter Zack Randolph was tossed. The man responsible for both was human-refereeing-highlight reel Joey Crawford.Read more...Share Tweet
Clippers will evaluate, decide Del Negro's fateLos Angeles Clippers general manager Gary Sacks wasn't in a mood to say much about any of the major decisions hanging over the franchise this summer in the first few moments after the Memphis Grizzlies knocked the Clippers out of the playoffs.Share Tweetyahoo.com May 4, 2013Through its first five games, the Western Conference rematch between the Memphis Grizzlies and Los Angeles Clippers had lived up to expectations as the most physical series of the first round of the 2013 postseason. With the Clippers facing elimination …Share Tweet
Conley, Randolph help Griz close out ClipsMike Conley and Zach Randolph scored 23 points each, and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Los Angeles Clippers 118-105 on Friday night to take the first-round series 4-2 and advance to their second Western Conference semifinals in three seasons.Share Tweet
San Antonio Spurs vs. Golden State Warriors previewMay 4Our 5-on-5 panel breaks down the Western Conference semifinals matchup between the Spurs and Warriors.
Ian Thomsen: In defeat, Kevin Garnett and Celtics show resilience to the e…May 4BOSTON -- The Knicks won the series, but they lost the war. They were on top Friday at the final buzzer, 88-80, to move on to the second round after six revealing games. But they weren't going to receive the credit for putting an end to the Celtics' run…
Lee Jenkins: Clippers' first-round loss opens door to uncertain future for…May 4Some NBA rules are widely acknowledged but rarely enforced, and one of them has to do with where perimeter players can stand during free throws. Unless positioned along the key, they are supposed to remain beyond the three-point line, yet many keep at l…