Apr 16, 2012; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin (32) is defended by Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins (5) and guard Thabo Sefolosha (2) at the Staples Center. The Clippers defeated the Thunder 92-77. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE
Quotes and Notes: Clippers – Thunder - Clippers blog : The Orange County Register
QUOTES Clippers Head Coach Vinny Del Negro RE: Tonight’s win against the Thunder "I thought our bench did an overall great job. I thought our defense in the second half...
Thunder Rumblings Blog | Oklahoma City Thunder | NewsOK.com
The Oklahoman's Darnell Mayberry blogs on the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Los Angeles Clippers look to speed up the process - ESPN Los Angeles
The Clippers hope to speed the process and make some noise in the playoffs.
3 tenants in LA’s Staples Center make playoffs for 1st time - The Washington Post
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Clippers have joined the Lakers and the NHL’s Kings in making the playoffs, the first time the three Staples Center co-tenants have all reached the postseason since the arena opened in 1999.
For second time in a week, Clippers beat Thunder. Hmmm…. | ProBasketballTalk
When the Clippers beat Oklahoma City Thunder last Wednesday, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook were 2-for-12 shooting in the fourth quarter. In the second half Monday night, Durant and Westbrook were a combined 1-for-13 shooting and the Clippers pulled away with an 18-4 run in the fourth quarter...
Clippers clinch playoff spot; roll through Thunder - Clippers blog : The Orange County Register
Before the Clippers and the Oklahoma City Thunder met Monday night, a curbside prophet stood in the middle of Chick Hearn Court outside Staples Center wearing a sandwich board that...
Clippers' defense wraps up big win over Thunder, and playoff spot - latimes.com
Clippers hold Oklahoma City, the NBA's No. 2 scoring team, to 25 points in second half of 92-77 victory, their third win in four games with the Thunder. They also clinch first playoff berth since 2006.
It's a world of wonder on display in Clippers-Thunder game - latimes.com
If the NBA has eight wonders in its world, four of them were on display at Staples Center on Monday night.
Ian Eagle, Mike Fratello Get Awkward: Nets Announcers Experience Very Tense Moments (VIDEO)
By Matt Yoder, Awful AnnouncingEarlier today, Tim Burke shared video at Deadspin of CBS and New Jersey Nets play-by-play man Ian Eagle incredibly ranting against broadcast partner Mike Fratello on the air. Eagle called Fratello "patronizing" towards him and referred to his analysis as "gobbledygook" in one of the more painfully uncomfortable pieces of commentary in the history of human beings announcing basketball games.