Coach Vinny Del Negro didn't want to do it, but Chris Paul insisted. When Del Negro relented and put Paul back into Game 1 of the opening-round playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and Memphis Grizzlies, venerable Clippers announcer Ralph Lawler openly questioned the move. The Clippers were down a whopping 21 points with less than 10 minutes remaining. The Grizzlies had led from the first basket and had maintained a double-digit lead since the score was 20-9 midway through the first quarter.
In a game of runs, the Los Angeles Clippers squeaked by the Memphis Grizzlies 87-86 in Los Angeles to take a 2-1 lead in their first-round series of the 2012 NBA playoffs. The Clippers escaped after Rudy Gay missed a three-pointer a... Read Post
Vinny Del Negro led the Los Angeles Clippers to the highest winning percentage in franchise history during the shorted NBA lockout season and now the team is rewarding the coaches efforts with a contract option agreement. The team a... Read Post