Donovan Mitchell scored 23 points and helped the Utah Jazz close out a 125-113 win over the Los Angeles Clippers
Hi, my name is Broderick Turner, and welcome back to the Los Angeles Times’ Clippers newsletter. The Clippers are perfectly fine with how they play and how they are perceived as playing a tough brand of basketball. They are devoid of the talent they have had in past seasons, and their best talent...
Blake Griffin had 20 points and 12 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers held off the Denver Nuggets 109-104 for their season-high sixth win in a row
NEW YORK – Houston Rockets forward Trevor Ariza and guard Gerald Green have each been suspended two games without pay for entering the Los Angeles Clippers' locker room to confront a player from the opposing team, it was announced today by Kiki VanDeWeghe, Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations.
On Monday night, a simple basketball game became much more than that after reports surfaced that a few players on the Houston Rockets went into a secret tunnel to get into the Los Angeles Clippers locker room to confront Blake Griffin and Austin Rivers. Despite their denial, the NBA handed down their punishment on Wednesday. […]
Monday night in Los Angeles was an eventful one for a mid-January game as the Houston Rockets and Clippers had beef throughout. Following the game, fights almost broke out with several Rockets teammates headed towards the Clippers locker room to confront Blake Griffin and Austin Rivers who didn’t even play in the game due to […]
In his first game back at Staples Center as a member of the Houston Rockets, NBA superstar Chris Paul was involved in some pushes, shoves and a war of words against some of his former Los Angeles Clippers teammates. Worse still, Paul...Show More Summary
Every student in the Los Angeles Unified School District who needs an eye exam and glasses will be getting them in a partnership with the L.A. Clippers Foundation
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The NBA has spoken to Clippers star Blake Griffin as well as other players from the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles as part of its investigation into late-game and postgame incidents involving the teams.
Tyler Tynes and Zito Madu break down Monday night’s tomfoolery. The Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers played Monday night and the main event was a weird-ass fake brawl in the locker rooms. SB Nation Staff Writers Tyler Tynes and Zito Madu chat about whatever the happened: Tynes: So, Zito, I still don’t know what happened last night. Show More Summary
Among the many bizarre aspects of Monday night’s locker-room scrap between the Rockets and Clippers was the reported involvement involvement of the Los Angeles Police Department. After all, professional athletes confront each other during...Show More Summary
Who knew a mid-January game between the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers would be so eventful. Last night in Los Angeles, Chris Paul made his return to the Staples Center and drama would consume the night. The former Clippers PG apparently has no love for his former teammates and they don’t either, so trash-talking […]
Chris Paul‘s return to Los Angeles sure was eventful. Late in the fourth quarter of Monday night’s tilt between the Rockets and Clippers, Blake Griffin and Chris Paul got into a shouting match after Mike D’Antoni accused Griffin of intentional contact. That resulted in a pair of matching technicals. Then, just two minutes later, Griffin […]
Several Houston players, including Chris Paul, “charged” the Los Angeles locker room to confront Austin Rivers. Late Monday evening, the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Clippers finished a basketball game. Soon afterward, began the...Show More Summary
It was a chippy night in Los Angeles on Monday night as Chris Paul made his much anticipated return to the city of Angels after being traded from the team during the offseason. Late in the 4th quarter and with the Clippers up late, things began to get tense as Paul, Griffin and several others […]
For the Rockets and Clippers, confrontations on the court, and maybe later by the locker room.
We have that and more in Tuesday’s NBA newsletter. I don’t even know where to begin. So Chris Paul made his return to Los Angeles to face the Clippers. The team gave him a nice video and all that. But Blake Griffin was geared up for this, and the Clippers were in position to pull off the upset. Show More Summary
Five Rockets players tried to access the Clippers locker room, but were turned away without an altercation taking place.
Chris Paul made his return to Staples Center Monday night, facing the Los Angeles Clippers as a visiting player for the first time since orchestrating a trade to the Houston Rockets this past summer. It turned out to be a far more memorable night than anyone could’ve ever anticipated — and barely because of anything […]
The hot tempers that flared up during the Los Angeles Clippers' victory over the Houston Rockets have carried over after the game