Saturday, March 26, 2011



Nov 1, 2010; Los Anglees, CA, USA; General view of the Staples Center exterior and the downtown Los Angeles skyline before the NBA game between the San Antonio Spurs and the Los Angeles Clippers. Photo via Newscom

The Lakers and the Clippers met yet again last night. So as you would expect there was more rivalry, passion, energy and jaw-dropping Blake Griffin dunks. I mean this time he really broke everybody's teeth when they hit the floor, but at least Shannon Brown and Ron Artest tried to match them with their baseline drives and muscle flexing jams. Still in yet another highly competitive game featuring the two L.A. teams the game was a close call, (even professionals Kaman and Fisher almost got into it). The Clippers side of Los Angeles had 105, while the Lakers had 112 like they where a onetime Bad Boy R&B band. Kobe scored 37 points, while Pau Gasol added 26 as the Lakers balanced attack tipped the Clippers. Ron Artest also had 15 points, while Andrew Bynum saw double from the clip with 11 points and 12 rebounds on his return from a two game suspension picked up against Minnesota. Mo Williams had 30 points while Griffin had 22, but still the Lakers who technically had home-court advantage over the Clippers at STAPLES held court and owned the floor and their rivals. TIM DAVID HARVEY.

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