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March 16, 2014 Updates
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Q: Has the league been in touch with you? Jermaine O'Neal: “We talked about it yesterday, and I told them the same thing. It’s a very intense time of year, and sometimes things happen during games, things are said during games that shouldn’t necessarily be said or done. But then as men, you sit down and talk about it or stand up and talk about it. You shake on it and move on. I don’t have any animosity toward him. Hopefully, he doesn’t have any animosity toward me. That’s pretty much it.” San Francisco Chronicle

March 13, 2014 Updates

The Clippers are nearing a decision on J.J. Redick’s future this season. The team will determine in the upcoming weeks whether Redick is healthy enough to rejoin the team. If he’s not, the club will likely shut Redick down for the rest of the season in an attempt to have him ready for training camp next year. Redick, who hasn’t played since Feb. 3 because of a bulging disc in his back, has recently ramped up a shooting program, though Doc Rivers said the team doesn’t know when and if he’ll be able to return. Orange County Register

Golden State Warriors forward Jermaine O'Neal confronted forward Blake Griffin in the hallway outside the Los Angeles Clippers' locker room at Staples Center after L.A.'s 111-98 win Wednesday night. The two had a heated conversation that was quickly broken up by a Clippers official who led Griffin to the adjacent news conference room. ESPN.com

O'Neal, 35, had dressed and was waiting outside the Clippers' locker room to talk to Griffin. Griffin, who was walking to the news conference room to take questions from reporters, could be heard telling O'Neal to "leave that s--- on the court" before the two were separated and briefly shook hands. ESPN.com

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Me: Who has really worn you out on it this season? TB: Chris Paul and Tony Parker, I would say, in the pick and roll specifically. I've played against, pretty much, all the guards, and there are some real tough guards in this league. But I think those two, in the pick and roll. Because, for one, they get the ball so low. Like, once they come off the screen, it's a 5- , 6-foot jumper for them. And if the big comes up, it's a lob to Blake [Griffin] or whoever it may be. NBA.com

March 9, 2014 Updates

Clippers guard Jamal Crawford, who returned Saturday after a three-game absence, said he may have returned too soon and will miss at least Monday's game against the Phoenix Suns as he recovers from a strained left calf. Crawford played only 10 minutes in the first half of Saturday's 109-108 win over the Atlanta Hawks but sat on the bench the entire second half as his left calf was heavily taped. He missed both of his shot attempts and finished with three points and one assist. "I just have to get it stronger because I don't want the same pain to continue to bother me going into the playoffs," Crawford said. "I didn't re-injure it but I could tell it has to be stronger for sure to feel confident pushing off and doing certain things." ESPN.com

March 8, 2014 Updates

Sam Amick: With Feb. free agency behind us, one name to remember: Bobby Brown,the dynamic PG whose Chinese team is on verge of falling out of playoffs. Bobby Brown can't return to NBA until season ends - & he's on Clippers radar- but he has been refining those skills - Twitter @sam_amick

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