Clippers trap Grizzlies offense in Game 7
Clippers power forward Blake Griffin and Grizzlies center Marc Gasol get loud as they battle for position in the first half of Game 7 on Sunday afternoon in Memphis. (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times / May 13, 2012) By Broderick Turner As best he
But the Clippers and the Kings advancing into the postseason too? Well that's downright crazy. And considering they all share the same venue — downtown LA's Staples Center — that makes for pretty busy times. Making things all the more troublesome for
Sometimes ugly is beautiful. Griffin couldn't find ways to score, but he finally took part in doing all the little things that have led to success in this series for his less-talented backups. Whether it was contesting every shot,
The Lakers and Clippers could possibly play each other in a cross-hall rivalry in the Western Conference finals. Or much more easily they could both ignominiously lose in game 7s, after each being up 3-1 in their respective first round series.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Los Angeles Clippers refused to let a third chance to knock the Memphis Grizzlies out of the playoffs slip away. Kenyon Martin scored seven of his 11 points in the fourth quarter, and the Clippers