Clippers Coach Doc Rivers recently compared Chris Paul to Kevin Garnett, but before Saturday's practice, he made sure to clarify.
The Clippers have never made it past the second round of the playoffs in their 45 years of existence, including the last three seasons with the core of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan.
He sits at his locker nearly motionless with his forearms on his knees. There’s an eerie calm about him. He’s the first player dressed. He looks tired. His piercing almond-colored eyes stare forward, focusing on everything and nothing. Show More Summary
En route to a 112-101 Tuesday night road win against the Phoenix Suns, a mildly-heated argument broke out between All-Star teammates Chris Paul and Blake Griffin just before halftime. The The post Doc Rivers on Chris Paul and Blake Griffin Arguing: ‘I Like That’ (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Chris Paul’s son may be too young to be in the NBA, but he’s definitely mastered the art of press conferences. The (...)
Chris Paul scored 22 points, Blake Griffin added 20 and the Los Angeles Clippers handled the Phoenix Suns, 112-101, at the US Airways Center Tuesday night in what was the final game of the season for both teams. The Clippers led by as many as 30 points in the second half, but the Suns made a run against Los Angeles' bench late to trim the lead to 11. Show More Summary
Chris Paul's 22 points, including six 3-pointers, led the Los Angeles Clippers to a 112-101 win over the injury-depleted Phoenix Suns in the Clippers' final regular-season game before the NBA playoffs.
Chris Paul is about to do something that he's never done before in his 10-season NBA career -- he's going to play in all 82 games.
We don't know who it'll be yet, but one of six viable candidates is going to wrestle the 2014-15 NBA MVP award away from a crowded field of contenders. One of Stephen Curry, James Harden, LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Chris Paul or Russell Westbrook will be giving an acceptance speech in a matter of a few short weeks. Show More Summary
Chris Paul had 15 points and 14 assists to lead the Clippers past the Grizzlies 94-86 Saturday, and he connected with DeAndre Jordan in the (...)
Chris Paul's coaches seem to agree:
It may not be Chris Paul getting his ankles broken by Stephen Curry, but these two police officers are probably still searching for their jockstraps somewhere In a recent video currently making the Internet rounds, a pair of unidentified officers hit the playground to engage with the local community over some hoops. Show More Summary
Jordan Clarkson and the Los Angeles Lakers are technically on the road to take on Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday at the Staples Center. The Clippers lead the season series 3-0, winning the last game on April 5 in a 106-78 blowout. Tipoff : 10:30 p.m. Show More Summary
Después que los Clippers aseguraron su pase a los playoffs, la celebración no fue tan ruidosa, pues los angelinos ya sabían que el objetivo estaba al alcance y su concentración ahora está en mejorar su balance de ataque y defensa.
Despite having submitted yet another brilliant individual season, Chris Paul has hardly been mentioned during the endless NBA MVP debates that have occured. CP3 has put up 19.3 points, pulled The post Doc Rivers Says Chris Paul Overlooked in MVP Race appeared first on SLAMonline.
The name Chris Paul is floating around somewhere in the NBA stratosphere for the most valuable player award.
Carlos Boozer, you just got nutmegged by Chris Paul. In the third quarter of the battle of Los Angeles, Clippers point guard Paul embarrassed Boozer with a between-his-legs dribble in the open court. This is when we remind you that this actually happened in a real NBA game, not a schoolyard or rec center. Show More Summary
A sobering reminder that this kind of shame can befall anyone in any sport that involves a ball.
Chris Paul's fast break nutmeg is rude. Super rude. So rude that Stephanie Tanner would say "How rude!" if Full House was still a thing we talked about in 2015. Carlos Boozer didn't stand a chance. Getting nutmegged is one of those things you can only accept and move on. h/t @JacobRude
Stephen Curry snaked through the paint, came out near his bench, dribbled behind his back and faked Chris Paul to the floor on a jumper from the left corner, drawing oohs from the crowd....