Paul's brilliant fourth quarter led the Clippers over the Heat, plus the Kings in free-fall and everything else from Super Bowl Sunday in the NBA. Early on against the Miami Heat on Sunday, the Los Angeles Clippers couldn't buy a bucket. Show More Summary
Paul’s consecutive 3-pointers in the final minutes were daggers to a Miami comeback, and his game-high 22 points helped the visiting Los Angeles Clippers hang on to beat the Heat, 100-93, on Sunday.
Chris Paul had the worst possible start to his shooting day.
Chris Paul bounces back from a career-worst quarter in Miami, plus wins for Boston, Orlando and Denver on Super Bowl Sunday. The post Post Up: CP3 Perseveres appeared first on SLAMonline.
Chris Paul had 21 points and six assists, DeAndre Jordan had 12 points and 18 rebounds and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Orlando Magic 107-93 on Friday night for their fifth win in six games.
Chris Paul was called for a foul and a quick technical with 20-seconds left and the Clippers trailing the Timberwolves by 2-points. Paul and (...)
The Clippers dropped a game to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night, ending a four-game winning streak. Here are some takeaways from the 108-102 loss at Staples Center. 1. Chris Paul picked up his eighth technical foul of the season (placing him third on the list of NBA players with the...
The poor history Chris Paul has with referee Lauren Holtkamp became an issue again at the worst possible time for the Clippers on Wednesday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Paul was called for a technical foul with 20.6 seconds left and the Clippers trailing by two points in a game they...
CP3’s shot is unfair.
Vintage Rose. If you think Derrick Rose lost a step, Chris Paul might have a few words for you. Rose's hesitation step lulls Paul into a sense of hope and then bam, Rose is gone. It's vintage Rose -- and proof that he's still has the ability to be one of the most explosive players in the game.
The Lakers (9-40) lost their ninth-straight game, falling to the Clippers (31-16), who won their third in a row. Here are five takeaways from the Clippers' 105-93 win over the Lakers at Staples Center. 1. Chris Paul scoring 27 with seven assists isn't surprising. DeAndre Jordan pulling down 17...
The Clippers dunked their way to a 105-93 win over the Lakers Friday night in the Staples Center, and Lance Stephenson threw down one of (...)
LOS ANGELES—But seriously, who's got the best handle in the NBA? Ask any NBA player the question and e xpect a spirited, albeit varied response. Kyrie Irving, Stephen Curry, Chris Paul, James Harden, John Wall and Russell Westbrook all get their due. Show More Summary
They are two teams dealing with their own set of issues, but only the Clippers have been able to withstand their problems while the Lakers just remain in the same poor state. On Friday night, the shadow of Blake Griffin's absence loomed over the Clippers, his right hand injured from a punch he...
The Los Angeles Clippers' 105-93 victory over their intracity rivals may have been a bit closer than anticipated for much of the night, especially given the absences of two notable names. Kobe Bryant needed to sit out the second half...Show More Summary
Chris Paul scored 27 points and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Lakers 105-93 Friday night for their franchise-record ninth straight victory over their Staples Center co-tenant.
CP3 pulled out every trick in the bag in this possession against the Lakers. After shaking Jordan Clarkson, Paul created his own path for a fadeaway jumper. Earlier in the The post Chris Paul Shows Off Moves, Hits Fadeaway Jumper (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Los Angeles Clippers star point guard Chris Paul is rumored to be leaving the team and be traded for the Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving.
Clippers point guard Chris Paul was selected to the All-Star team for the ninth time in 11 NBA seasons, the league announced Thursday. Clippers forward Blake Griffin did not make the All-Star team as a reserve after being involved in a fight last weekend with a team equipment manager. Fourteen...
If the Cavaliers can't win a title with LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love at the helm, than the Clippers certainly can't compete for one with Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and a severely fractured locker room. Perhaps motivated by...Show More Summary