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February 17, 2015 Updates

DeAndre Jordan: Nowadays, you won’t catch me without a copy of the Bible wherever I go, but my faith doesn’t make me a preacher?—?and it doesn’t give me license to push my views on anyone else. There are countless examples of intolerance, anger and polarization all around us, and religion, sadly, often is a basis for them. That’s upsetting to me because God teaches us to love and accept one another. Last year, when Jason Collins bravely opened up to the world about his sexuality, later becoming the NBA’s first active gay player, I felt a tremendous sense of kinship with and admiration for him. You see, through Christ, I am able to accept those who may be different than me, and embrace them regardless of the judgments other people make. Medium

February 16, 2015 Updates

But Chris Paul noticed something strange about the ball after messing around. When he whipped his hand under the ball, he generate enough backspin for it to bounce easily back to him. It wasn't that difficult to control. "They were switching the balls to a different material, where I could actually throw it out away, really far from me and it can still come back," Paul said. SB Nation

Thus, a new move was born. While Paul wasn't the very first human to try this unique dribble, he was the first to take what was once used by AND-1 Mixtape legend Grayson Boucher (aka "The Professor") and make it NBA-functional. "I'm not dunking over anybody, so I've got to come up with little tricks like that," Paul said. Paul's peers are now making it a part of their games, too. John Wall was so convincing in a game against the Bulls that ESPN's Mike Breen thought he lost control of the ball. SB Nation

Alex Kennedy: Clippers have been trying very hard to make trades, but they don't have assets. They'll try to sign bought out players to bolster roster. Twitter @AlexKennedyNBA

February 15, 2015 Updates
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February 13, 2015 Updates

LeBron James was elected first vice president of the National Basketball Players Association on Friday, moving him into the union's second-most powerful leadership position beneath president Chris Paul, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Yahoo! Sports


Modern-day Clippers like Blake Griffin and Chris Paul are among the all-time best players in franchise history.


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