Sorry for the delay in posting this Clipper Daily. At this point, I am speechless after last night's game but still hopeful we can take the series in 6.
I do have to say that I am angry at a number of people starting with the game officials and Memphis fans. To echo our Fearless Leader's words, stay classy, Memphis. Probably, New Orleans and Memphis should join forces and create one fan base. They compliment each other quite well. No class.
Anyway, here your Clipper fix for today and thanks to Lawler's Law for some of the links.
Reminder: Tomorrow's game is at 6 PM (PST)
2012 NBA playoffs -- Los Angeles Clippers' Blake Griffin, Chris Paul hurt versus Memphis Grizzlies - ESPN Los Angeles
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin sprained his left knee, while guard Chris Paul suffered a strained right hip flexor and jammed the middle finger on his right hand in the Clippers' 92-80 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night.
NBA playoffs -- Blake Griffin, Chris Paul injuries may hurt Clippers' chances - ESPN
Will injuries to Chris Paul and Blake Griffin hurt the Clippers' chances of closing out the Grizzlies?
Clippers face must-win on Friday night - Los Angeles Clippers Blog - ESPN Los Angeles
As the final seconds ticked off the clock during the Memphis Grizzlies’ 92-80 win over the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night, the chant at F...
Game 5: Grizzlies 92, Clippers 80 — The Return of What Works. | Beyond the Arc
LARRY KUZNIEWSKIThe Grizzlies got back to what works in a must-win Game 5: Feeding the beasts.The roar that went through FedExForum when Zach Randolph walked...
CLIPPERS FYI: Reggie Evans and Kenyon Martin make things happen - latimes.com
Physical big men provide a spark off the bench in the first four games against Grizzlies.
Around the League
Wednesday's NBA playoffs game capsule - Chicago Tribune
A wrap of the NBA playoffs for Wednesday, May 9.Grizzlies 92, Clippers 80GRIZZLIES 92, CLIPPERS 80: Marc Gasol scored 21 points and host Memphis staved off elimination after withstanding another...
Bulls plan should include actual basketball - chicagotribune.com
So, I’m reading that Luol Deng and Carlos Boozer will have to put up another combined game of 40-plus points and 20-plus rebounds if the Bulls are going to win Game 6 in Philadelphia on Thursday night to force a deciding game at home.
Amar’e Stoudemire Wants Steve Nash To Play For The Knicks | SI Tracking Blog – Tracking the MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, and NCAA On Twitter
In 2010 Amar’e Stoudemire chose to leave the Phoenix Suns to sign as a free-agent with the New York Knicks. Now, the All-Star power forward wants former teammate Steve Nash to do the same, according to the New York Daily News.