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NBA All-Star Weekend: Russell Westbrook’s reaction to the “We want Paul (George)” chant

As the fans started to chant “We want Paul!” during his interview, former UCLA basketball player and current Oklahoma City guard Russell Westbrook shared his reaction in the middle of answering another question.

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Here is what George said about the upcoming offseason during media day.

 

Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/02/17/nba-all-star-weekend-russell-westbrooks-reaction-to-the-we-want-paul-george-chant/
Date: 1518906653

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Clippers, Lou Williams agree on three-year extension

PLAYA VISTA — The Clippers and Lou Williams agreed Wednesday on a three-year contract extension that could keep the backup shooting guard in uniform through the 2020-21 season, ending lingering speculation he could be moved before the trade deadline Thursday.

“It was nice for this organization to commit to me the same way I’ve committed to these guys this year,” Williams said. “In years past, these scenarios don’t usually go my way, so it was nice for one to go my way and to be somewhere I wanted to be.”

Williams has averaged career-high totals of 23.3 points, 38 percent shooting from

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/02/07/clippers-lou-williams-agree-on-three-year-extension/
Date: 1518036364

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Tyrone Wallace makes his mark, but can the Clippers find a way to keep him?

Tyrone Wallace’s days are numbered. Sunday was Day 16 of 25. It’s possible the Clippers could make a move to sign the 23-year-old guard to a regular contract after the NBA trade deadline Thursday, elevating him from his current two-way deal.

Clippers coach Doc Rivers “loves” Wallace’s play, his athleticism and versatility, and predicts he’ll have a lengthy career in the NBA. It remains to be seen whether it will be with the Clippers or another team in the league, though.

“I love him,” Rivers said. “I think when guys come out of the G League we forget and think they’re

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/02/04/tyrone-wallace-makes-his-mark-but-can-the-clippers-find-a-way-to-keep-him/
Date: 1517775520

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Athletes, NBA teams react to former Clippers player Rasual Butler’s death

Former NBA basketball player Rasual Bulter, who played with the Los Angeles Clippers for two years, died in a Studio City crash Wednesday morning .

The Range Rover he was in struck parking meters, a wall and rolled into a parking lot, authorities said. Butler, 38, and his wife were pronounced dead at the scene.

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Los Angeles athletes, sports teams and others shared their condolences

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Original Article: https://www.ocregister.com/2018/01/31/athletes-nba-teams-react-to-former-clippers-player-rasual-butlers-death/
Date: 1517427584

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Short-handed Clippers no match for Jazz down the stretch

Blake Griffin injures left knee in Clippers’ victory over Lakers

Whicker: Clippers win, then hold their breath over Blake Griffin

LOS ANGELES — Austin Rivers was the first responder.

He was the one who was knocked into Blake Griffin, landed on his left knee, heard him scream.

He talked to Griffin in the Clippers’ locker room, although Griffin wasn’t in the mood to converse.

“He’s down,” Rivers said. “It’s like oh, no, not again.”

That is taken in an individual and team sense. Griffin’s biggest NBA obstacles are the muscles and ligaments that threaten to burst through the skin, yet can’t weather 82 games, not the way he attacks them.

The Clippers have already lost three of the top players they meant to use

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/27/whicker-clippers-win-then-hold-their-breath-over-blake-griffin/
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Blake Griffin’s late jumper, 33 points lead Clippers over Kings

SACRAMENTO — Blake Griffin made a 10-foot jumper with 3.2 seconds remaining and had a season-high 33 points to lead the Clippers over the Sacramento Kings, 97-95 on Saturday night.

The Clippers squandered a 10-point, fourth-quarter lead, but Griffin sent them home from their five-game road trip with a pair of victories.

Lou Williams made four 3-pointers and had 18 points for the Clippers, who have beat the Kings 10 straight times in Sacramento. Austin Rivers added 14 points and DeAndre Jordan had 16 rebounds.

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