Steve Ballmer bellowed into the microphone a message from his players.
In Blake Griffin's ninth game back after missing 15 because of a staph infection in his right elbow that required surgery, the Clippers' superstar power forward finally seemed back to his old self.
The Clippers had won seven games in a row before they lost to the team with the best record in the league on Wednesday.
Steve Ballmer bellowed into the microphone a request from his players: They wanted more energy from fans early in games.
Blake Griffin was not happy with Clippers fans after Tuesday’s 110-106 loss to Golden State. Warriors fans clearly had more energy, chanting “MVP” for Stephen Curry late in the contest. The post Blake Griffin: ‘Home Court Advantage Is Just Not There For Us’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Last night's game between the Warriors and Clippers, a nationally televised contest between two powerful conference rivals, was one of those games that's supposed to come with a "playoff atmosphere," featuring the home fans going nuts and chanting mean things at the visitors and causing all kinds of ruckus. Show More Summary
He was angry there were MVP chants for Stephen Curry during Tuesday's game. The Los Angeles Clippers' odds of earning home-court advantage for the first round of the playoffs took a blow Tuesday with a loss to the Golden State Warriors, but Blake Griffin doesn't seem to mind. Show More Summary
Despite a strong, 40-point performance from Blake Griffin, the LA Clippers went down 110-106 Tuesday night to the visiting Golden State Warriors. Griffin finished 16 for 25 from the field The post Blake Griffin Drops 40 Points in Loss to Warriors (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
After getting by Blake Griffin with a deft head fake, Marreese Speights attacked the rim and dunked on Glen Davis. Big Baby, what were you thinking? The Golden State Warriors The post Marreese Speights With the Poster Dunk on Glen Davis (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Clippers didn’t only lose to the Warriors on Tuesday night — according to Blake Griffin they also lost their home court (...)
Draymond Green didn't play, Blake Griffin went for 40 and the Clips at one point led by 17. So, what exactly does Doc's crew need to do to knock off Golden State? Everything was lined up for the Clippers on Tuesday night. They were taking on a Warriors team that had already clinched the No. Show More Summary
The NBA's best rivalry didn't disappoint Tuesday evening, packing theatrics and drama into seemingly every possession as the Golden State Warriors emerged with a 110-106 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers. But tallies in the standings...Show More Summary
Here is your moment of Zen. When does a shot fake both work and fail? When the blocker is Blake Griffin. In the Clippers’ latest game against the Celtics, the athletic forward twirled 180º in mid-air to make up for his premature defense.
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green and Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin have had their fair share of battles on the court. Now, Green is taking that "fun" off the court. The Clippers will host the Warriors at the Staples Center on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
When you're a power forward with T-Rex arms, you have to go looking for more creative ways to go about blocking shots. Thanks to Blake Griffin, all the short-armed big men out there have a new move to try. Read more...
Blake Griffin hasn’t been quite the player he was in previous seasons from a statistical perspective, but that doesn’t mean that he’s still not one of the most explosive players in the league. Few players are capable of offering up the same surprising and astonishing plays as Blake Griffin. And if you need any recent […]
Jonas Jerebko did everything right. He corralled the pass, gave the old gods their due with a pump fake and rose for the bunny. And somehow, after all of this, Blake Griffin was still up there, hovering by the basket like a flying saucer or human chandelier. Show More Summary
Blake Griffin only blocked one shot in the Clippers 119-106 win over the Boston Celtics on Sunday, but that one block was pretty (...)
Seriously, did you see it?? It's not even April and Blake Griffin might have made the best block of 2015. Celtics forward Jonas Jerebko thought he had a chance at an easy basket. He even saw Blake Griffin out of the corner of his eye, so he waited a second before shooting to avoid the inevitable block. Show More Summary
Chris Paul found a rolling DeAndre Jordan for one of his typically absurd high-flying finishes Sunday, as the visiting Clippers routed the Boston Celtics 119-106. Blake Griffin also got in The post DeAndre Jordan Rises for Monster Alley-Oop Finish (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.