After throwing down all sorts of nasty dunks on the San Antonio Spurs during Game 1, Blake Griffin picked up right where he left off for Game 2 on Wednesday night.
The Los Angeles Clippers have long been viewed as the Lakers’ sad little brother so it’s pretty great to see Clippers owner Steve Ballmer revel in his team’s success AND his rival’s recent misfortunes at the same time.
Last week, it was reported that the Los Angeles Clippers were likely going to rebrand itself with a new logo and jersey scheme.
Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is enjoying his first season with the franchise. The enthusiastic billionaire has had little issue showcasing his overwhelming emotions for his team and Sunday night was no exception.
Blake Griffin has recorded numerous highlight reel dunks during his young career but the Clippers big man might have pulled off his most impressive on Sunday night.
There have been a number of good NBA logo redesigns in the past few seasons. This Los Angeles Clippers logo overhaul is not one of them.
2day for school the boys had to dress up as someone they look up too.. Carter chose daddy & the clippers, Isaiah chose steph curry & the warriors . Can you guess witch kid will be up for adoption nxt week?? Lol JUST KIDSING tag someone you love that cheers for the wrong team…. #ThankGodTheirsTwo
We saw an interesting, although familiar, sequence during the Clippers-Blazers game on Wednesday night.
On Tuesday, Stephen Curry made Chris Paul look absolutely silly. The internet loved it. Drake damn near lost his mind over it. And now, you can enjoy the ankle and internet-breaking move that Curry pulled on Paul in glorious slow-motion thanks to the NBA’s official Vine account. Enjoy. [Vine]
Blake Griffin and Austin Rivers haven’t been teammates for very long but it appears that Griffin has easily picked up on Rivers’ on-court tendencies.
DeAndre Jordan did something to J.J. Redick on Tuesday night that many UNC fans would love to have done during his illustrious career at Duke.
Well, this is certainly one way to try and stop James Harden.