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Paul Pierce learns bounce passes are good in basketball, bad in baseball

17 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

The Los Angeles Dodgers were nice to newly signed Clippers star Paul Pierce in their caption of a video showing the NBA player throwing an absolutely terrible first pitch at Tuesday’s game against the Oakland Athletics. They tagged the tweet #BouncePass, alluding to a common basketball play..@paulpierce34‘s first pitch on #ClippersNight at Dodger Stadium. #BouncePass […]

Paul Pierce Can Be Final Ingredient to Los Angeles Clippers' Title Recipe

Paul Pierce is from Inglewood, a stone's throw from the Great Western Forum, where the Los Angeles Lakers played prior to their current occupation of the Staples Center. But you might not have guessed that about Pierce if you'd parachuted...Show More Summary

Despite Positive Offseason, L.A. Clippers Need Blake Griffin More Than Ever

Even with all their newfound depth, the Los Angeles Clippers still need Blake Griffin—just not for the first 82 games of the year. The Clippers are clearly more talented in the summer of 2015 than they were last year. Look at some of...Show More Summary

Paul Pierce bounces first pitch at Dodgers game, gets booed mercilessly

Sure, he spent much of his career battling Los Angeles, but Paul Pierce is a Clipper now! Surely he'll now find L.A. to be a warm, forgiving pla— .@paulpierce34's first pitch on #ClippersNight at Dodger Stadium. #BouncePass — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) July 29, 2015 NOPE. Show More Summary

Paul Pierce Gets Booed at Dodger Stadium, Comes Up Way Short on 1st Pitch

Being a former Boston Celtic and now a Los Angeles Clipper, Paul Pierce—an L.A. native—didn't receive the warmest reception at Dodger Stadium. His ceremonial first pitch didn't help his cause. The Dodgers held "Clippers Night" on Tuesday night, and after signing with Lob City this summer, Pierce was given the opportunity to throw out the first pitch. Show More Summary

Paul Pierce threw a bounce pass for a first pitch at the Dodgers' game

Paul Pierce, as a new member of the Los Angeles Clippers, threw out the first pitch at a Dodgers game and while it wasn’t the worst (...)

New LA Clippers Forward Josh Smith Laments It Will Be “Harder” Getting By On $7 Million

3 days agoNews : Jonathan Turley

With so many families struggling these days to make ends meet, new Los Angeles Clippers forward Josh Smith may have chosen an awkward way of introducing himself to his new fans. Smith told the media that it will be a bit harder on his family to make ends meet but that they were persevere with […]

Clippers' Lance Stephenson Dances with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Lance Stephenson of the Los Angeles Clippers may be what the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles need to take on Shredder. Born Ready and the members of the Ninja Turtles is likely the best pairing since the Turtles danced with Vanilla Ice, and luckily Stephenson shared a video of them dancing to go with another photo. [h/t Sporting News] Read more NBA news on

Josh Smith: Clippers Newly Signed Free Agent Is Getting Ripped On The Internet Fo Something He Didn’t Say

Josh Smith signed a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Clippers on July 16. At the time of the signing, the terms of the deal were not disclosed. Between the signing and the Clippers press conference on July 21, it was learned that Smith will be making $6.9 million this year. Show More Summary

Josh Smith says his $6.9 million salary will make life “harder” for his family

Josh Smith, who signed with the Los Angeles Clippers this month after spending last season split between the Detroit Pistons and Houston Rockets, said at his introductory news conference earlier this week that his lower salary will be “harder” for his family. Smith’s contract with the Clippers will pay him $1.5 million next season. According to […]

Josh Smith Claims $6.9 Million Salary with Clippers Will Be 'Harder' on Family

It's unlikely new Los Angeles Clippers forward Josh Smith perceives his nearly $7 million salary the same way you do. The Clippers offered Smith, the ex-Piston and Rocket, a $1.5 million contract for the 2015-16 season, which he signed. Show More Summary

NBA star says he'll 'push through' and survive on $6.9 million salary

Don't fret for NBA star Josh Smith, you guys. He's gonna persevere and be just fine The new Los Angeles Clippers signee will earn $6.9 million this season, but says he's going to "push through it" even though "it is going to be a little...Show More Summary

Grading the Los Angeles' Clippers Offseason

The Los Angeles Clippers have had one of the most eventful summers in the 2015 offseason. The team picked up free agents Josh Smith and Paul Pierce, traded for Lance Stephenson, and retained DeAndre Jordan after almost losing him to the Dallas Mavericks. Show More Summary

Josh Smith Discusses His Upcoming Struggle To Survive On $6.9 Million

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Somehow, some way, Josh Smith and his family will have to figure out how to survive on just $6.9 million during the upcoming NBA season. During a Los Angeles Clippers news conference on Tuesday to introduce the newly signed forward Josh...Show More Summary

Cuttino Mobley Is Still Putting In Work At Age 39 (VIDEO)

To former NBA player Cuttino Mobley, age is just a number. The former NBA player, who spent 11 seasons in the league, mostly with the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers, is back on the basketball court. No, Mobley isn’t playing...Show More Summary

Gray-Haired Cuttino Mobley Shows He Still Has Game at Drew League

Anybody who thinks former NBA guard Cuttino Mobley can't play basketball anymore because he has gray hair is sadly mistaken. Mobley last played in the NBA with the Los Angeles Clippers during the 2008-09 season, but he has not stopped playing basketball. Show More Summary

DeAndre Jordan Explains Why He Rejoins Clippers and Ditches Mavericks

DeAndre Jordan, coming off from his best season yet in his NBA career with the Los Angeles Clippers in 2014-2015, surprised the NBA early this month when he agreed to a four-year $80 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks. DeAndre Jordan’s...Show More Summary

Stacked Roster Presents Questions for Los Angeles Clippers' Second Unit

The Los Angeles Clippers may not be done adding pieces. There's no debating the Clippers roster is deeper and objectively better now than it was a few months ago when the team was in the midst of giving away a 3-1 Western Conference Semifinals lead to the Houston Rockets. Show More Summary

Pablo Prigioni to Clippers: Latest Contract Details, Analysis and Reaction

Within minutes of officially clearing waivers, veteran point guard Pablo Prigioni has agreed to a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Clippers. Shams Charania of RealGM first reported the agreement, which is for the veteran's minimum. Show More Summary

Mark Cuban likens DeAndre Jordan-Clippers reunion to ‘makeup sex’

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban isn’t bitter. Oh, no, not at all. Cuban, whose team lost out on signing DeAndre Jordan when the Los Angeles Clippers swooped in at the 11th hour, continues to talk about that night and, like an angry George Costanza, he may think he’s finally come up with the ultimate putdown. […]

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