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Disappointment found Chris Paul long before those early NBA playoff exits.
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Disappointment found Chris Paul long before those early NBA playoff exits.
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This week's KIA Race to the MVP Ladder:
1. James Harden
2. Stephen Curry
3. Russell Westbrook
4. LeBron James
5. Chris Paul
6. LaMarcus Aldridge
7. Paul Millsap
8. Marc Gasol
9. Anthony Davis
10. Pau Gasol
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New article (Anthony Davis & Monty Williams Lead New Orleans Pelicans to the Playoffs) That’s right ladies and gentlemen—the New Orleans Pelicans are heading to the NBA Playoffs after outlasting the San Antonio Spurs rally and edging out the Oklahoma City Thunder in the standings.
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That’s right ladies and gentlemen—the New Orleans Pelicans are heading to the NBA Playoffs after outlasting the San Antonio Spurs rally and edging out the Oklahoma City Thunder in the standings.
In the biggest game of his young NBA career, Anthony Davis put on a show for the home crowd, leading his team to a 108-103 victory over the defending champs to secure playoff basketball in New Orleans for the first time since 2011. Davis finished with 31 points, 13 rebounds, and three blocks in the big win.
“Honestly, I know I told y’all before this game it didn’t mean nothing, but I tried to downplay it because I didn’t want to get too excited,” said an ecstatic Davis after the Pelicans win. “It meant a lot—and we played like it meant something. We played our hearts out.”
They sure did. The Pelicans came out of the locker room ready to fight, and by the middle of the 2nd quarter they found themselves with a 23 point lead over the Spurs. Of course, as most teams in the league have come to learn, the Spurs may be down but they are very rarely ever out. The champs gradually chopped away at the lead after halftime, and by the 4th quarter the Spurs had made it a game again.

The Pelicans weren’t about to blow this one though. Although they made some bad mistakes in the 2nd half, they held on behind Davis, head coach Monty Williams, and Tyreke Evans.
“Since I’ve been in the league, I haven’t had a chance to play for anything,” said Evans, who joins Davis and Eric Gordon as leaders of the team who will be making their first appearance in the postseason. “So tonight I wasn’t going to let nothing take it away.”
For the majority of the Pelicans roster, this matchup with the Spurs was the most important game they’ve ever played in—a win-and-you’re-in game on their home court against the defending NBA champions. This season is the first time since the Chris Paul and David West era that the New Orleans franchise has even managed a winning record.

A large part of the Pelicans gradual path to success has been paved by head coach Monty Williams. Williams took over for Byron Scott in 2010, leading the Hornets to a 46-36 record and a playoff appearance in Chris Paul’s final season in the Big Easy. Obviously, with Paul leaving, the wins left too.
The Hornets found themselves in rebuilding mode, posting a 21-45 record in a shortened 2011-2012 NBA season; and they were selected to pick 1st overall in the NBA Draft Lottery. Little did they know that taking Anthony Davis out of Kentucky would change the face of the franchise, and the league itself to some extent.
Davis, Williams, and the Pelicans have gotten better every season; and now they are finally a playoff squad. Williams has withstood injury after injury and three losing seasons in a row—no one wanted this win more than him, and no one was more excited when that final buzzer sounded sending the Pelicans to the playoffs.
“It’s a long time coming,” said Williams after the game. “A lot of work. The game was phenomenal. I almost let [the tears] go. They were on the way. We’ve been through a lot here, a lot of the things we’ve been through I can’t even say on camera.”

The Pelicans may not be the best team in the Western Conference, but they are in the playoffs now, and no one can take that away from them.
“A month and a half ago, nobody thought we’d be in this position,” continued Williams. “We just said we’re going to take it one game at a time. So many people counted us out.”
“We got here.”
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Untouchable for Him Deodorant Body Spray: Item# 224-930.
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Untouchable for Him Hair & Body Wash: Item# 224-781.
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The NBA Playoffs are finally here, and along with them come opportunities for some players to repeat some of the magic that they’ve generated in the past that ultimately allowed for them to win an NBA Title. For other players, it’s an opportunity for them…
NBA Playoffs Preview: Western Conference - Chris Paul and the Clippers have golden opportunity vs Spurs
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Who needs to step up for the Clippers in the Playoffs?

The Clippers finished the regular season as the third seed in the West, and earned themselves a matchup with the defending champions, the San Antonio Spurs. For the Clippers, this is the year they will be heavily judged on their postseason success. Since they traded for Chris Paul three seasons ago, the Clippers are regulars in the playoffs, but they never managed to get past the second round. Getting Doc Rivers to coach the team only raised the expectations. Last year, the Clippers fell to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the West Semifinals. This year, they need to get past the second round. Who are the players that should step up their game?

 
#BlakeGriffin  

Last year, Griffin had one of his best seasons as a Clipper. When #cp3   went down, Blake took charge, run the offense, and was very comfortable as the first option on the floor. In the playoffs, his numbers went down, and he was less and less aggressive. While CP3 is the point guard, and the one that makes everything go for the Clippers, Blake must step up his game. He will have a hard task versus the talented frontline of the Spurs, but if the Clippers are to advance past the first round, and beyond, it is up to Griffin. His numbers this year are down across the chart, as he is averaging just 21.9ppg and 7.6rpg. But most importantly, his free throw attempts are down to just 6 per game from 8 in the previous season. The less FT attempts are a clear sign of less aggressive play. Blake has became comfortable shooting jumpers, but he will need to get back to his old aggressive style for the Clippers to be successful.

 
#ChrisPaul  

Last year, when the Clippers lost to the Thunder, CP3 rightfully took the blame. While he is widely regarded as one of the best point guards in the league, he is getting close to the point where he is entering John Stockton territory and other point guards that were constantly great, but never won anything. Stockton at least led the Jazz to the NBA Finals, and CP3 still hasn’t gotten out of the second round. He is one constant, and is again leading the league in assists at 10.2 per game. Last season, he averaged 19.8 points per game in the playoffs, and 10.3 assists (best in the playoffs). However, if the Clippers are to advance, CP3 will have to transform into a 20+ points scorer. He is great at closing games, and his elbow jumper is one of the deadliest weapons at the end of games. But it still feels something is missing. CP3 will turn 30 this May, and will be getting lots of criticism if he fails to deliver again.


#DeAndreJordan  

Jordan is playing for a contract in the playoffs. He is leading the league at 15 rebounds per game, and had a couple of 20/20 games this season. He is the third wheel, and often forgotten part of the Clippers Big Three. Coach Doc Rivers lobbied for Jordan to be an All Star, and a Defensive Player of the Year. Now, DeAndre will have to show again that he can be counted on in the playoffs. The knock on Jordan is he is a terrible free throw shooter, and the Spurs already used Hack-A-Jordan strategy versus the Clippers in the regular season. In the playoffs, Jordan is Clippers best defensive player, and they need him on the floor. If he can’t make FTs, he will be on the bench, as simple as that.

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https://plus.google.com/101938804385805533192 Carey Wood : #NBAPlayoffs Preview: Western Conference - Chris Paul and the #Clippers have golden opportunity.... ...
#NBAPlayoffs Preview: Western Conference - Chris Paul and the #Clippers have golden opportunity.... #Spurs #NBA

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https://plus.google.com/108995127167235744580 MTTG : New article (LA Clippers & Spurs Series Headlines 2015 NBA Playoffs: Analysis & Predictions) The Los...
New article (LA Clippers & Spurs Series Headlines 2015 NBA Playoffs: Analysis & Predictions) The Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs were two of the best teams in the NBA this season; but with the extremely close standings in the Western Conference, the Spurs find themselves traveling to L.A. in what is sure to be the most exciting series of 1st round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs
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The Los Angeles Clippers and San Antonio Spurs were two of the best teams in the NBA this season; but with the extremely close standings in the Western Conference, the Spurs find themselves traveling to L.A. in what is sure to be the most exciting series of 1st round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs.
Both teams are coming into this series red hot. The Clips finished the season with a 56-26 record and the top rated offense in the league. Not far behind them are the Spurs, who enter with a 55-27 record, the 6th best offense in the NBA, and a top three defense. Oh yeah, and they’re the defending World Champions.
The Spurs have fought through injuries all year, and they really got it together when it counted most. The team is still led by veterans Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili who all know how to win in just about any situation opponents could possibly put them in. The Spurs are coming into the playoffs having won 14 of their last 16 heading in.
Since acquiring Chris Paul from the New Orleans Hornets, the Clippers have always been one of the best teams in the NBA; however, they have never made it past the Western Conference Semifinals. The Clippers have not lost in the month of April on their way to clinching the No. 3 seed in the West.

In their four matchups this season, the two teams split the series, each going 2-2. The Clippers won the most recent matchup without star forward Blake Griffin; and since his return to the court on March 15th, the team has gone 14-2.
I think we’re in for an exceptional series. Two 55-win teams going at it in the 1st round is any basketball fans dream. It’s a true clash of the titans; and head coaches Gregg Popovich and Doc Rivers both know what it takes to win an NBA Championship, so they will certainly be bringing their all against each other.
The Clippers and Chris Paul have everything to prove while the Spurs and Time Duncan have nothing to lose. At the end of the day, a close series like this could easily come down to the mental pressure being put on Paul to win a ring. Adding pressure like that to your superstar on top of playing the defending champs in the opening round does not bode well at all for the Clippers.
The Spurs dynasty will come to an end at some point, but it doesn’t seem to be their time yet. The Spurs are too good and edge out the Clippers to win the series in seven games.
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New article (Anthony Davis & Monty Williams Lead New Orleans Pelicans to the Playoffs) That’s right ladies and gentlemen—the New Orleans Pelicans are heading to the NBA Playoffs after outlasting the San Antonio Spurs rally and edging out the Oklahoma City Thunder in the standings.
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That’s right ladies and gentlemen—the New Orleans Pelicans are heading to the NBA Playoffs after outlasting the San Antonio Spurs rally and edging out the Oklahoma City Thunder in the standings.
In the biggest game of his young NBA career, Anthony Davis put on a show for the home crowd, leading his team to a 108-103 victory over the defending champs to secure playoff basketball in New Orleans for the first time since 2011. Davis finished with 31 points, 13 rebounds, and three blocks in the big win.
“Honestly, I know I told y’all before this game it didn’t mean nothing, but I tried to downplay it because I didn’t want to get too excited,” said an ecstatic Davis after the Pelicans win. “It meant a lot—and we played like it meant something. We played our hearts out.”
They sure did. The Pelicans came out of the locker room ready to fight, and by the middle of the 2nd quarter they found themselves with a 23 point lead over the Spurs. Of course, as most teams in the league have come to learn, the Spurs may be down but they are very rarely ever out. The champs gradually chopped away at the lead after halftime, and by the 4th quarter the Spurs had made it a game again.

The Pelicans weren’t about to blow this one though. Although they made some bad mistakes in the 2nd half, they held on behind Davis, head coach Monty Williams, and Tyreke Evans.
“Since I’ve been in the league, I haven’t had a chance to play for anything,” said Evans, who joins Davis and Eric Gordon as leaders of the team who will be making their first appearance in the postseason. “So tonight I wasn’t going to let nothing take it away.”
For the majority of the Pelicans roster, this matchup with the Spurs was the most important game they’ve ever played in—a win-and-you’re-in game on their home court against the defending NBA champions. This season is the first time since the Chris Paul and David West era that the New Orleans franchise has even managed a winning record.

A large part of the Pelicans gradual path to success has been paved by head coach Monty Williams. Williams took over for Byron Scott in 2010, leading the Hornets to a 46-36 record and a playoff appearance in Chris Paul’s final season in the Big Easy. Obviously, with Paul leaving, the wins left too.
The Hornets found themselves in rebuilding mode, posting a 21-45 record in a shortened 2011-2012 NBA season; and they were selected to pick 1st overall in the NBA Draft Lottery. Little did they know that taking Anthony Davis out of Kentucky would change the face of the franchise, and the league itself to some extent.
Davis, Williams, and the Pelicans have gotten better every season; and now they are finally a playoff squad. Williams has withstood injury after injury and three losing seasons in a row—no one wanted this win more than him, and no one was more excited when that final buzzer sounded sending the Pelicans to the playoffs.
“It’s a long time coming,” said Williams after the game. “A lot of work. The game was phenomenal. I almost let [the tears] go. They were on the way. We’ve been through a lot here, a lot of the things we’ve been through I can’t even say on camera.”

The Pelicans may not be the best team in the Western Conference, but they are in the playoffs now, and no one can take that away from them.
“A month and a half ago, nobody thought we’d be in this position,” continued Williams. “We just said we’re going to take it one game at a time. So many people counted us out.”
“We got here.”
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