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As the Clippers keep rolling, so are our Daily Clipper editions. And here is the one for today.
Video: Chris Paul with double behind his back crossover | ProBasketballTalk
Chris Paul is very, very good. The Clippers have won eight in a row and while CP3 doesn't put up gaudy numbers that get him in the MVP conversation, he could. He chooses to worry about winning, about leading a team, about controlling the flow not just getting his own.
It wasn't always easy for Chauncey Billups, but that hasn't stopped him from putting together one of the NBA's best careers - Grantland
Eight teams. Five trades. Injuries. Doubt. It wasn't always easy for Chauncey Billups. But that hasn't stopped him from putting together one of the NBA's best careers.
Marco Belinelli: Chris Paul a big fan of Marco Belinelli - Chicago Tribune
Here's how close Chris Paul is to Marco Belinelli: Even though he loved their time together in New Orleans, he didn't recruit the shooting guard to the Clippers last summer.
Sophomore point guard Trey Burke of the undefeated and third-ranked Michigan Wolverines is off to a tremendous start again this season and the more I watch him the more he reminds me in many ways of Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers.
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DeMarcus Cousins of Sacramento Kings suspended one game for striking O.J. Mayo of Dallas Mavericks - ESPN Dallas
Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins has been suspended for one game for striking Dallas Mavericks guard O.J. Mayo in the groin area Monday night, NBA executive vice president Stu Jackson announced.
Jrue Holiday of Philadelphia 76ers diagnosed with sprained foot - ESPN
Philadelphia 76ers star point guard Jrue Holiday has a sprained left foot, the team announced Thursday.
As the Los Angeles Lakers spiral, bright lights await against the Knicks in New York - ESPN Los Angeles
As the Lakers spiral, Kobe Bryant has plenty of hope even with a tough trip to New York next.
Kevin Love of Minnesota Timberwolves stands by critical remarks - ESPN
Kevin Love is standing by some critical remarks he made about the Minnesota Timberwolves organization, though he says he is happy with the direction things are headed.