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  • DeAndre Jordan and Chris Paul named to all-defensive first team

    DeAndre Jordan and Chris Paul named to all-defensive first team
    Clippers' center DeAndre Jordan and point guard Chris Paul were named to the NBA's all-defensive first team, the league announced Wednesday. The voting panel includes 129 writers and broadcasters from the U.S. and Canada. This is Jordan's first time...
  • Clippers lose to Rockets in Game 7, 113-100

    Clippers lose to Rockets in Game 7, 113-100
    The Clippers are trying to close out their second-round playoff series against the Houston Rockets, for the third and final time, this afternoon in Game 7 at the Toyota Center. The Clippers are trying to reach the conference finals for the first time in...
  • Clippers complete epic collapse with 113-100 Game 7 loss to Rockets

    Clippers complete epic collapse with 113-100 Game 7 loss to Rockets
    The game wasn't over when Chris Paul made his congratulatory rounds. There was a hug for James Harden and a hand slap for Dwight Howard before the Clippers point guard returned to the bench momentarily, only to walk back onto the court and embrace...
  • If Clippers lose Game 7, they must change to emerge from lifelong muck

    If Clippers lose Game 7, they must change to emerge from lifelong muck
    It happened so fast. It could change so much. In a matter of a few numbing minutes Thursday, the Clippers turned the franchise's greatest victory into its worst loss, thus creating the need to fly 1,500 miles to face its most defining game. The most...
  • Chris Paul after Game 7 loss: 'Being close ain't good enough'

    Chris Paul after Game 7 loss: 'Being close ain't good enough'
    The Clippers were almost there. Ahead three games to one over the Houston Rockets in their best-of-seven second-round playoff series, they were one win away from reaching the Western Conference finals for the first time in their 45-year history. They...
  • Houston Rockets kept doubts at bay in series comeback over Clippers

    Houston Rockets kept doubts at bay in series comeback over Clippers
    Doubt could have seeped into the minds of every one of the Houston Rockets when they were faced with a monumental task. To be honest, perhaps the Rockets should have doubted themselves when they were down 3-1 in the second-round playoff series to the...
  • Keeping DeAndre Jordan could be Clippers' top off-season priority

    Keeping DeAndre Jordan could be Clippers' top off-season priority
    DeAndre Jordan wouldn't even let a reporter finish a question about his future before interrupting. "I'm not a free agent until July," Jordan said flatly Sunday evening. Doc Rivers was equally antsy when Jordan's name was mentioned, identifying...
  • Here's what Doc Rivers told Clippers after Game 7 loss to Houston

    After the Clippers fell to the Houston Rockets, 113-100, in Game 7 of their second-round playoff series on Sunday afternoon, Clippers Coach Doc Rivers was asked what he told his team. The Clippers were on the verge of reaching the Western Conference...
  • Bianchi: Sigh! Dwight Howard is relevant again -- and Magic aren't

    Bianchi: Sigh! Dwight Howard is relevant again -- and Magic aren't
    At least before, Orlando Magic fans could find solace in the fact that Dwight Howard had also become irrelevant. Not anymore. Not after Dwight scored 16 points and yanked down 15 rebounds to lead his Houston Rockets to a 113-100 victory over the Los...
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  • The Clippers are still the Clippers, and they're still cursed

    The Clippers are still the Clippers, and they're still cursed
    The new owner stood underneath the basket with arms folded and jaw tight while his players trudged past without looking at him. Steve Ballmer and his billions didn't matter. The famous coach followed his team off the court with eyes glazed and head...