Don't do it, Doc Rivers. Don't even think about it. Well, you can ponder it if Oklahoma City General Manager Sam Presti calls and wants to talk about Kevin Durant for Blake Griffin as part of a sign-and-trade agreement that would make some sense for both the Clippers and the Thunder. Otherwise,...
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
LOS ANGELES — Before we allow Blake Griffin to move on from this forgettable season, he should be given a tremendous amount of credit. That’s right. Griffin might have a thing or two he wishes he did differently this ill-fated 2015-16...Show More Summary
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...
With Blake Griffin out for the Playoffs, the Clippers needed Jeff Green to step his game up in order to best the Blazers. That’s exactly what they got in the The post Jeff Green Soars For Fastbreak Dunk (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The first-round match up between the Clippers and Trail Blazers is all tied up, but the Clips are dealt a huge blow after injuries to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin.
Good morning. We have that and more in Wednesday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. DOUBLE TROUBLE: Blake Griffin is out for the rest of the playoffs. Chris Paul had hand surgery on Tuesday. Weep for the Clippers. Limited Upside podcast on the matter. WINTER IS COMING: The Raptors were getting smoked by the Pacers at home... Show More Summary
There's been the unexpected, like Golden State's Stephen Curry going down with a knee injury. Then came a double whammy for the Clippers, with Chris Paul out with a broken hand and Blake Griffin's season ending because of a nagging leg injury.
NBA rumors indicate the L.A. Clippers have lost Chris Paul and Blake Griffin to injury. While the Paul injury was already known, now a Griffin injury could have him miss the rest of the 2016 NBA Playoffs. As previously reported on the Inquisitr, Chris Paul suffered a broken hand in Game 4 of the playoff... Show More Summary
Once in possession of a 2-1 series lead over the Portland Trail Blazers and faced with the possibility of playing a Stephen Curry-less version of the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Semifinals, the Los Angeles Clippers...Show More Summary
Blake Griffin (quad) is out for the rest of the playoffs and Chris Paul (broken hand) will be re-evaluated in four to six weeks, the Clippers announced today. The post Blake Griffin Out For the Playoffs, Chris Paul Out 4-6 Weeks appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Los Angeles Clippers announced Tuesday that forward Blake Griffin has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2016 NBA playoffs after aggravating a quad injury in Monday's 98-84 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers. Griffin, 27, left the game in the third quarter after taking a foul from Blazers forward Mason Plumlee. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin will miss the rest of the NBA playoffs with a quad injury.
The Los Angeles Clippers won the third quarter of Monday night’s 98-84 loss, outscoring the Portland Trail Blazers 21-19. Yet, after Tuesday afternoon’s announcement, that period appears to be among the most brutal the team has suffered all season. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin is out for the rest of the playoffs after aggravating his left quadriceps tendon and Chris Paul had right hand surgery Tuesday, leaving the Los Angeles Clippers without their top two players for the remainder of their first-round series against Portland.