Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan and Avery Bradley round out the first team. For the second time in his career and first time unanimously, San Antonio Spurs forward and back-to-back Defensive Player of the Year Kawhi Leonard was selected to the All-Defensive first team. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Clippers suffered devastating injuries to Blake Griffin and Chris Paul in the playoffs against the Portland Trail Blazers this season. It was a difficult way to head out, but they will be back next season ready to contend in the Western Conference once again. Doc Rivers will [...]
Here is Chris Paul performing a very good lip-sync version of New Edition's "Candy Girl" on the show where they do the lip syncs: Well lip-sunc, and very nice dancing, although I did find it funny how angry Paul looks the whole time: At...Show More Summary
NBA All-Star Chris Paul takes it back to 1983 with New Edition’s “Candy Girl” as his LA Clippers teammate DeAndre Jordan and Houston Rockets forward Josh Smith watch from the balcony. Turn the pages and enjoy…
A pair of devastating injuries derailed the LA Clippers’ season, but according to team president and head coach Doc Rivers, there won’t any major personnel changes this summer. The star The post Doc Rivers: Clippers Won’t Trade Chris Paul, Blake Griffin or DeAndre Jordan appeared first on SLAMonline.
Chris Paul‘s untimely injury may have kept his team from advancing to the second round of the playoffs, but what’s done is done. The star point guard appears to have put his troubles aside to do a little singing and dancing for LL Cool J and Snoop Dogg with a rendition of New Edition’s “Candy Girl” […]
Los Angeles Clippers head coach Doc Rivers spoke about his desire to keep the current core of the team, led by Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, together for at least one more season, according to Rachel Nichols of ESPN. He did acknowledge...Show More Summary
Doc Rivers said Monday that he would not break up the Los Angeles Clippers' big three of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and D'Andre Jordan during the offseason - regardless of any trade offers that may arise.
We'll take some of that candy, please! Chris Paul might be one of the most intense players in the NBA, but he showed off his sweet side in an upcoming episode of Lip Sync Battle. In a preview clip, the LA Clippers star took it back to 1983 with a nostalgic performance of New Edition's Candy Girl. Video: [...]
Chris Paul is still trying to be the best in the world... not at NBA basketball (Clippers are DONE)... but at the running man. CP3 is a contestant on Thursday's "Lip Sync Battle" and broke out the dance social media is obsessed with during a…
The episode airs on Thursday.
Five years. Five entertaining but, always in the end, sobering years. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin have been teammates since 2011, when David Stern vetoed the Lakers' trade for Paul and verified the Clippers' bid for him. It's been exhilarating, it's been engaging but too often Lob City becomes...
The Trail Blazers have a chance to put the Clippers away for good. The Trail Blazers likely didn't think they'd be in this position at the start of the playoffs, but injuries to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin have allowed them to get one win away from the second round. Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Clippers won 53 games and closed out the 2015-16 regular season with a top-six offense and top-six defense. That team no longer exists. That iteration perished when Blake Griffin and Chris Paul—the two most...Show More Summary
When injuries sideline superstars like Steph Curry or Chris Paul, doctors take every measure to speed up recovery. The post The Mad Dash to Get Injured Superathletes Like Steph Curry Back on the Court appeared first on WIRED.
The evening began with sobs, Doc Rivers admitting he missed the strong shoulder of his late mother Bettye. The evening ended in sighs, the decimated Clippers realizing no amount of support could keep them upright. With Chris Paul on the bench wearing Cliff Paul glasses, with Blake Griffin in the...
Have Clippers fans lost faith in their team after losing the last two games of their first-round series against the Portland Trail Blazers, as well as their top two players in Chris Paul and Blake Griffin? It sure seems as though they have given up all hope, as the Staples Center was a ghost town at […]
If there was any doubt how important Chris Paul and Blake Griffin are to the Los Angeles Clippers during crunch time, it was eliminated after Wednesday's loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. Portland won Game 5 of its first-round playoff series on the road, 108-98, behind a strong second half. Show More Summary
CJ McCollum scored 27 points, Damian Lillard added 16 of his 22 in the fourth quarter when Portland pulled away, and the Trail Blazers capitalized on the absence of injured Chris Paul and Blake Griffin to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 108-98 on Wednesday night in Game 5 their first-round series.
The season isn't over. An era might be. Injuries to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin could compel the Clippers to start contemplating the dreaded possibility of breaking up their core much sooner than they ever imagined. Griffin was lost for the season and Paul is out at least a month after both players...