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NBA Team by Team Rankings #3: The Los Angeles Clippers

Regardless of how the season plays out, this will be a historic year for the Clippers. They removed the worst owner in professional sports history, and replaced him with a owner who’s passionate about winning and a little crazy. 489 more words

Sixers' K.J. McDaniels with a two-handed rejection, has more preseason blocks than Anthony Davis (VIDEO)

On the surface, to the vast majority of the league’s casual fans, K.J. McDaniels is nothing more than an unrecognizable fringe player on a 76ers roster that’s full of them this season by design. 197 more words

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Los Angeles Clippers 2014-15 Preview

Here is a snippet of my Los Angeles Clippers 2014-15 season preview from CelticsBlog.com, which is part of SBNation’s annual season preview project.

X-FACTOR – Team Defense…

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NBA Season Preview: LA Clippers

Last Season: 57-25, 1st in division, lost round 2 versus OKC; Leading Scorer—Blake Griffin (24.1), Leading rebounds—DeAndre Jordan (10.1), Leading Assists—Chris Paul 10.7

Changes: Added—Chris Douglas-Roberts (signed), C.J. 1,000 more words

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Blake Griffin shows off improved jumper with three point range. That’s not fair.

Midway through the first quarter of the Clippers first preseason game Tuesday, Blake Griffin slid into the right corner while the play started out top. The Warriors defense pretty much ignored him that far from the basket so Chris Paul whipped a pass to Griffin, who quickly went up with a smooth jumper and drained the corner three. 276 more words

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Buzzer-beaters take over the night

Last night featured the biggest slate of NBA games since April, with 15 teams in action. The usual wonders of athleticism were on display from the usual suspects: … 99 more words

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