After a great win over the Phoenix Suns, here are some Clipper and League related tidbits to get you through the day. More after the jump.
Clippers' Blake Griffin getting pushed around - latimes.com
Blake Griffin plays a physical game, Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro admits, but Griffin has been pushed around by opponents.
Clippers appear to have righted the ship - latimes.com
Blake Griffin scores 27 points with 14 rebounds and a signature slam in L.A.'s third victory in a row, 103-86 over Suns.
Suns' Alvin Gentry says Clippers need time to jell - latimes.com
The former Clippers coach says it will take a new time for the team, which added nine new players this season, to reach its potential.
Around the League
NBA Playoff Picture: Some Stratification Out West, But A New Mess In East - SBNation.com
NBA Playoff Picture: Some Stratification Out West, But A New Mess In East
Y! Sources: Stephen Curry out two more weeks, but do Warriors want him to return this season? - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
The Warriors point guard will miss more time, but the team is more interested in ramifications of the 2012 draft.
Video: Pat Riley is pretty bad at karaoke | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Ball Don't Lie: Yahoo! Sports
Lakers' Andrew Bynum plans to keep shooting 3-pointers -- even after coach's benching - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
The latest power struggle involving coach Mike Brown centers on Lakers center Andrew Bynum.
New York Knicks lose Amare Stoudemire for 2-4 weeks - ESPN New York
Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire will undergo non-surgical treatment and rehabilitation to the bulging disk in his lower back and is expected to be out approximately two to four weeks.
Patrick Ewing desires head coaching job, would be interested in coaching New York Knicks - ESPN New York
Patrick Ewing said before Wednesday night's game at Madison Square Garden that he's ready and eager to have a team to call his own.
Former Dallas Mavericks coach Don Nelson selected for Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame - ESPN Dallas
Don Nelson, known as a mad scientist throughout his illustrious coaching career for his innovative and unorthodox strategies, will be among this year's class inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
In Other News
MLS suspends Dynamo midfielder Colin Clark three games for homophobic slur
Kobe Bryant not the only one: The veteran midfielder made a disparaging remark towards a ball boy that was picked up by on-field microphones.