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The Daily Clipper – Poll Edition

The future Pelicans will be part of Clippers’ history tonight as the team tries to win it’s 11th game in a row! Checkout what’s going around the league in today's DC!!

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Tonight, the Clippers try to make it 11 wins in a row!

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Keys to the Clippers' offensive uptick - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
Despite a busy offseason in which they added seven players and revamped their rotation -- adding Jamal Crawford and subtracting Mo Williams and Randy Foye.

Clippers building team bonds as they lock in the wins -
L.A. team, known for depth, is tied for second-best record in the NBA. Players give one another advice and cheer teammates on. 'It's …like family,' Chris Paul says.

Clippers' Eric Bledsoe works through aching body -

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — The entire left side of Eric Bledsoe 's body ached from a fall he took in the fourth quarter of Saturday night's game, leaving the muscular guard admitting that he was "banged up on my whole left side."

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Chauncey Billups still feels weird as visitor at Palace | Detroit Pistons | Detroit Free Press |

As Billups looked around the empty Palace, it still felt weird to him to be an opponent on the floor where the Pistons clinched the 2004 NBA title.

Standing Ovation For Stanley Roberts " | Hang Time Blog
It didn’t take the events of last Friday in Baton Rouge, La., to root for Stanley Roberts. He has always been one of the good guys. Too good, if anything, the way he couldn’t say no to people close to him and they helped drain the bank account until Roberts estimated he had gone through all $30 million from his playing days.

Terrible Human Being Donald Sterling Ordered To Pay $17.3 Million For Being A Negligent Landlord
That Clippers owner Donald Sterling is a racist, cheap, and all-round rotten pile of puke is not newsworthy. But this latest line item on Sterling's ledger of awfulness certainly is: An LA jury has ordered Sterling to pay $17.3 million to actress Robyn Cohen, who had sued him because she lost most of her possessions in a fire at a West Hollywood apartment building Sterling owns.

Sterling Ordered to Pay $2.3M for Weho Apartment Building Fire - West Hollywood, CA Patch
A Los Angeles Superior Court jury found Clippers owner Donald Sterling liable for breach of contract, breach of the warranty of habitability and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Clippers owner Donald Sterling ordered to pay an actress a $17.3 million settlement following a fire at one of his apartment complexes (UPDATE) | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Ball Don't Lie: (UPDATE: Via Deadspin, we've now learned that the punitive damages judgment is in. Sterling is now required to pay $15 million in punitive damages on top of the initial $2.3 million verdict in general damages. For the story behind the … Continue reading →

Actress awarded $2.3M in damages when apartments owned by Clippers owner go up in flames gets another $15 million - Press-Telegram
LOS ANGELES - A jury awarded $15 million in punitive damages today to an actress who said she lost most of her personal belongings and perhaps her ability to continue her career as a result of a fire in a West Hollywood apartment building owned by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

Lawrence Frank: Record doesn't reflect progress Pistons have made | The Detroit News |

To paraphrase former Piston Allen Iverson: "Progress? We're talking about progress!" Frank pointedly stated despite his team's 7-20 record - identical to last season's 7-20 mark after 27 games - yes, he believes progress has been made.

Trade Season: More Potential Names on the NBA Market - The Triangle Blog - Grantland

Saturday has come and gone, meaning the majority of free agents who signed with new teams over the summer are now trade-eligible. Last week, Grantland

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Kobe's ego is Lakers' big problem - NBA News | FOX Sports on MSN

Andrew Bynum was right. Kobe Bryants ego is wrecking another big man, and the Lakers season, FOXSports.coms Jason Whitlock says. Kobes ego is Lakers big problem

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