PODCAST: Inexcusable Screw-up By Referees in Clippers-Thunder Game

DocRivers

Doc Rivers is probably going to get fined by the NBA for saying the Clippers were “robbed” last night in Oklahoma City. That is the kind of comment that crosses the line, no matter how true it might have been. But what about referee Tony Brothers? Is he going to be publicly chastised by the league office for saying replays of the ball that clearly went off of Reggie Jackson’s hand were “inconclusive?”

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Tweet of the Night: Clippers rally from 22 down, tie series 2-2

BlakeGriffinSH1

Facing a 12-point deficit and a potential 3-1 series hole, the Los Angeles Clippers played quite possibly the most important 12 minutes of basketball in franchise history Sunday afternoon. If not the most important, certainly the best. Behind the brilliant play of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and the unlikely hero, Darren Collison, the Clippers rallied to beat the Thunder 101-99, sending the series back to Oklahoma City tied 2-2. 

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SH Blog: Thunder Fall Apart; Parker and Embiid Skipping Predraft Combine; NBA Shows Love for Moms

ChrisPaulSH1

Thunder Fall Apart A lot of ridiculous things have happened this postseason, but the Los Angeles Clippers erasing a 16-point fourth quarter deficit to the Oklahoma City Thunder could take the cake. The Clips were in a near must-win situation but picked up a Game 4 victory 102-99, and evened the series up at 2-2.For an early afternoon tipoff in LA, the Thunder seemed well rested to start the game, breaking out to a 20-point first quarter lead. Hitting their first

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PODCAST: Coaching Vacancies and Playoff Battles; What’s New?

womanwithboombox

I wish I could give you a brief synopsis of what is contained in this podcast, but that is not possible. I covered a heck of a lot of ground in this interview with Mark Malusis of CBS Sports radio, touching on coaching vacancies and playoff battles. So in brief, here’s what we hit upon: _ The Lakers coaching vacancy, which if I had to guess who the next guy to hold the job will be, I’d go with Jeff Van Gundy.

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Can the Clippers beat Thunder without Sterling?

The NBA made the controversial decision recently to ban Los Angeles Clippers CEO Donald Sterling after a string of allegations made against him concerning racist remarks which were later published in TMZ. The search has now begun for a new CEO to take Sterling’s place, with team president Andy Roeser moved out of his role on Tuesday. Many high profile figures in the public eye are rumored to be interested in the role, including television journalist Oprah Winfrey, boxer Floyd Mayweather

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SH Blog: Who will replace Mark Jackson in Golden State; Kevin Durant wins 2014 MVP; Rockets planning a big free agent splash

Mark Jackson

As SheridanHoops own Chris Bernucca reported earlier, the Golden State Warriors have fired head coach Mark Jackson. Jackson’s dismissal has raised questions around the league. He helped lift the Warriors out of the NBA’s dark abyss, turning them from a 20-win team to a perennial 50-win team and playoff threat. After taking the San Antonio Spurs to six games in last years Western Conference semi’s, Jackson, with a talented yet precariously assembled roster, led the Warriors to another 50-win season and lost

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Despite Win In OKC, Clippers Playoff Tickets Drop In Price

Amidst controversy surrounding owner Donald Sterling, the Los Angeles Clippers have managed to advance to the second round of the NBA playoffs to play the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Clippers have taken an early 1-0 series lead and home ticket prices have dropped on the secondary market after Monday night’s win.  The Clippers blew out the Thunder in Oklahoma City Monday night, which has interestingly led to a decrease in home prices on the secondary market today.  The average price for

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