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The Daily Clipper for Saturday, December 8, 2012

Sorry my fellow citizens that I have not posted a Daily Clipper in a couple of days but I have been swamped with work. But I am back and here is your dose of Clipper-related news and what is going on in the Association.

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Clippers

Chris Paul looks to be more aggressive - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
For the past year, Los Angeles Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro has asked Chris Paul to be more aggressive early in games.

Clippers quietly getting the job done - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES -- The recipe for getting attention in Los Angeles is really quite simple. Sure, trophies are nice and all, but Academy Awards and Golden

Chauncey Billups of Los Angeles Clippers out indefinitely with peroneal tendinitis in left foot - ESPN Los Angeles
Los Angeles Clippers guard Chauncey Billups will miss Wednesday's game against the Dallas Mavericks and is out indefinitely with peroneal tendonitis in his left foot, the team announced.

Daily Dime: Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Clippers a lesson in NBA business - ESPN
Mavs, Clippers A Lesson In NBA Business

Clippers vs. Lakers Fans - Our FullyClips staff weighs in - Fully Clips - A Los Angeles Clippers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
A few weeks back, ESPN Radio LA’s John Ireland invited fans to call and weigh in on the differences between Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers fans. Obviously, we have our own opinions here at FullyClips…

Odom continues to make progress - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
As Lamar Odom exited the Los Angeles Clippers' weight room Tuesday afternoon, he looked down at his newly defined biceps and smiled.

Around the Association

David Stern vs. "ludicrous" Hack-a-Shaq - TrueHoop Blog - ESPN
Much of the NBA is discussing Dwight Howard's inability to hit free throws, and the tactical opportunity that it creates for Los Angeles Lakers' oppon

Thunder Bet on Ibaka, and It Paid Off - NYTimes.com
The Thunder signed Serge Ibaka and then traded James Harden to Houston, which turned out well for both teams and players.

Rasheed Wallace Keeps Technicals Flowing With ‘Ball Don’t Lie’ - NYTimes.com
Rasheed Wallace’s "Ball Don’t Lie" catchphrase suggests that the ball is the ultimate arbiter of on-court justice, but recently those words have mostly meant punishment for him.

The Meaning of Kobe Bryant at 30,000 - NYTimes.com
Kobe Bryant is the youngest player to score 30,000 points, and at 34, he is not only leading the N.B.A. in scoring this season, he's also enjoying the most efficient scoring season of his career.