The Daily Clipper - Noon-Game-Edition

WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER 05: Unified Light-Welterweight Champion of the World Amir Khan stands for a photo in front of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial on December 5, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Our first of 8 noon games is today! Over the years, we've gotten used to these games. The sluggishness, the erratic play, the losses. However, with the rise of this team, I beg to ask, how long before the nba moves these games (maybe not the MLK game) to the everning? Next season? The team is relevant enough with Blake, but with CP3, it should be given as few noon games as possible. Can you imagine the lakers playing a noon game on a day that is not Christmas!! Happy MLK day and enjoy some links:

Chris Paul, Clippers prove they're more than just 'Lob City' - Lee Jenkins - - "Unlike all the contrived nicknames in sports, Lob City was organic.." this is why i don't mind the team nickname.

Clippers wearing white hats now | lakers, clippers, fan - Home - The Orange County Register
Home: Clippers wearing white hats now | lakers, clippers, fan, well, way, one, windshield, rooting, large, evil

Mike Brown wants NBA to review Blake Griffin's push on Darius Morris -
Mike Brown's mood went from angry to mildly irritated. He regrets going after the officials for their non-call on Blake Griffin's push of Darius Morris late in the first quarter of the Lakers' 102-94 loss Saturday to the Clippers.

Chris Paul MRI test negative; Clipper guard questionable for game -
The Clippers said Sunday afternoon that the MRI exam on Chris Paul’s strained left hamstring was negative. The team also said Paul will be listed as day to day, but that the 6-foot All-Star guard is questionable for Monday’s game...

Clippers making strides as a team -
The Clippers played only three games last week, but it was three games against some of the best teams the NBA has to offer. In the process of going 2-1 last week, the Clippers say they made strides.

Five things to take from Lakers' 102-94 loss to the Clippers -
Mark Medina thinks the Clips got away with thuggish behavior against the Lakers.

Lakers-Clippers: A new day greets L.A. with Clippers beating the Lakers - - Playing behind Chris Paul, Chauncey Billups and Mo Williams isn't good for minutes.

Los Angeles Clippers turn Tinseltown updside down - ESPN Los Angeles - The Clippers -- the longtime blip on the Lakers' radar -- is finally putting Los Angeles and the league on notice.

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