The Los Angeles Clippers and Houston Rockets were scheduled to meet for game four of the Western Conference Semifinals Sunday night at the Staples Center, but only one team showed up. The Clippers won their third game in four
Chris Paul returned to action Friday night, but he wasn’t the L.A. point guard drawing all the attention. The Clippers took game three at home with ease, 124-99 at the Staples Center. Chants of Austin Rivers rang throughout the
The Clippers-Rockets series has been an odd one to say the least. After an ugly turnover filled game one, game two featured a new franchise record for Houston: free throws attempted in a single game. Houston shattered its previous
Out with the old and in with the new, like Steph Curry introducing himself to the world.
Nobody gave the Los Angeles Clippers so much as a prayer in the first game of the Western Conference Semifinals. Without their star Chris Paul (hamstring), L.A. came into Houston Monday night as heavy underdogs, but ended the night
NBA May Look to Eliminate Hack-a-Shaq Much to the dismay of fans across the league, the “Hack-a-Shaq” defense has been on display during 2015 NBA playoffs. Teams are resorting to this seemingly cheap tactic in an attempt to make
Howard comeback helps other Rocket superstar The big man Dwight Howard is now back with the Rockets, taking the weight off of James Harden, who has carried the Rockets on his back during D12’s absence. Having a fresh
Cleveland loved LeBron, wanted him to stay, then hated him, then wanted him to come back, and loved him again.
5 Players Who Got Snubbed from the All-Star Game 1. Nikola Vucevic It should come as no surprise that Nikola Vucevic was left off of this year’s All-Star team. The Orlando Magic center not only plays for a small
Greatest High Flyers in Slam Dunk History The NBA slam dunk contest is clearly not what it used to be. For one, star players no longer compete in the event. Secondly, recent dunk contest history has been filled with