Bellator 170: "Ortiz vs. Sonnen" takes place Jan. 21, 2017 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., featuring a star-studded show with the likes of Ralek Gracie, Hisaki Kato, Brennan Ward and Paul Daley, as well as -- of course -- the long-anticipated...Show More Summary
No. 44 was always competitive.
There was only one superstar on the floor during Thursday's game between the Los Angeles Clippers and Minnesota Timberwolves with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin dealing with injuries, and Karl-Anthony Towns lived up to the description. Towns led Minnesota to the 104-101 victory at Staples Center behind 37 points and 12 rebounds. Show More Summary
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The forum will also feature Adam Silver, Jerry West, Rick Fox and James Worthy.
The Los Angeles Clippers will try to stay hot this Thursday night despite missing guard Chris Paul as they host the Minnesota Timberwolves as small favorites. The Los Angeles Clippers are 7-0 straight up and 6-1 against the spread over their last seven games. Show More Summary
J.J. Redick stood with his back against the wall before practice and stared straight ahead as he contemplated playing basketball without Chris Paul, while the All-Star point guard recovers from surgery he had Wednesday to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb. The two Clippers guards talked...
It was an exciting night of bowling and philanthropy at Chris Paul's Family Foundation PBA Celebrity Invitational last night and AOL was there to catch all the excitement. A-list celebrities and sports athletes alike joined the NBA star...Show More Summary
Clippers guard Chris Paul had successful surgery Wednesday morning to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb, the team said. The procedure that was performed by Dr. Steve Shin of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic and will sideline Paul for approximately six to eight weeks. As the Clippers prepared...
Without their star guard, and with Blake Griffin still ailing, how far will they slip?
The Clippers' best player could miss upwards of 25 games over the next two months following thumb surgery, but they want to make the playoffs and will hold onto their No. 2 star.
That and more in Wednesday's newsletter. Good (late) morning. Let’s basketball. THE CURSE STRIKES AGAIN: Chris Paul could miss up to two months after thumb surgery. Blake Griffin is still out with a knee injury. The Clippers will get good luck one of these days. That sound you hear is the Clippers’ window creaking towards being shut. Show More Summary
Fate has again derailed a Clippers season. But blowing it up would be useless at this point. The Basketball Gods struck another blow to the once-mighty L.A. Clippers, tearing Chris Paul’s thumb ligament, which requires surgery and will keep the All-Star out of action for 6-8 weeks. Show More Summary
The Clippers could be in 7th in the West by the time he returns.
The Lakers, like the Clippers, lost a starter to a hand injury on Tuesday, but the news wasn’t quite as devastating as it was for their city rivals, who lost Chris Paul for six to eight weeks after the star point guard tore a ligament in his left thumb. Lakers forward Luol Deng suffered a sprained...
J.J. Redick had seen Chris Paul in pain before—and, more often than not, he'd seen him fight through that pain and keep playing. It wasn't until the second half of the Los Angeles Clippers' Martin Luther King Jr. Day game against the...Show More Summary
Chris Paul will undergo surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb and is expected to miss six to eight weeks
Paul suffered the injury while guarding Russell Westbrook. in Monday's game. The post Chris Paul To Miss 6-8 Weeks with Torn Ligament in Left Thumb appeared first on SLAMonline.
The L.A. Clippers announced today that guard Chris Paul will undergo surgery on Wednesday, Jan. 18 to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb. Dr. Steve Shin will perform the procedure. Paul is expected to miss approximately six-to-eight weeks and will continue to undergo treatment and evaluation by the Clippers medical staff. In 36 games this [...]
Clippers guard Chris Paul has sustained a torn ligament in his left thumb that will require surgery, the team announced after the All-Star got an MRI Tuesday that revealed the seriousness of his injury. Paul will have the procedure on Wednesday to repair the torn ligaments, and it will be done...