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The Los Angeles Clippers Missed Five Three-Pointers In One Minute Last Night
deadspin.com Updated Nov 27, 2012
The L.A. Clippers lost their fourth straight last night, dropping a home bout with New Orleans 105-98 thanks to Blake Griffin's miserable performance (he fouled out, having gone 1-9 from the field) and despite Caron Butler going berserk in the second ha…Share Tweet
Create-a-Caption: Willie Green would rather be anywhere else in the world …yahoo.com Nov 27, 2012... and considering he's getting housed in mid-air by a sweaty Al-Farouq Aminu, who's still in good position to get a decent shot off despite ostensibly Thesz pressing the Los Angeles Clippers guard, I really can't blame him. This is probably not one of…Share Tweet
Blake Griffin And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Daydeadspin.com Nov 27, 2012The Clippers' Blake Griffin had what appears to be his worst night as a pro basketball player last evening, going 1-9 with four turnovers and fouling out in L.A.'s 105-98 loss to the Hornets. It had the normally-gregarious product pitchman casting a ver…Share Tweet
Hornets end slump as Griffin, Clippers struggleESPN.com Nov 27, 2012Greivis Vasquez had 25 points and 10 assists, and the New Orleans Hornets' defense took Blake Griffin out of the game en route to a 105-98 victory over the skidding Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night, ending the Hornets' seven-game losing streak.Share Tweet
D-Will reveals he's playing through wrist sprainESPN.com Nov 27, 2012Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams, who has been playing through a litany of minor injuries lately, revealed he sprained a joint in his right shooting wrist while bracing a fall in Friday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers.Share Tweet
Rivalries, Dead Or Alive?Nov 27The '80s and '90s are long gone. Are NBA rivalries, too? J.A. Adande and Israel Gutierrez go to battle.
Phil Jackson Ready To Coach Again?Nov 27Phil Jackson comments on the Lakers' hiring of Mike D'Antoni, and Stephen A. Smith and Chris Broussard discuss Jackson's future in coaching.