*Photo via Getty Images “I cannot believe this is a first round matchup” (Tim Duncan). Duncan could not have said it any better, as this was what everyone was saying. The Los Angeles Clippers down three games to two, came back to defeat the San Antonio Spurs in one of the best game seven’s we have ever seen. This was a back and forth game from the start, as this epic game seven battle saw 31 total lead changes. Chris Paul injured his hamstring early, but stayed in to deliver
*Photo via USA Today Game Six: Los Angeles Clippers vs San Antonio Spurs In game six with their backs against the wall, the Los Angeles Clippers earn the 102-96 win in San Antonio to force game seven. In a series where neither team seems to be able to gather momentum, game six started much the same. Both sides were trading baskets, for the Clippers J.J Reddick had the hot hand early going four of five for 12 points. The Spurs came out sloppy, turning the ball over eight times
*Photo via USA Today The San Antonio Spurs outlast the Los Angeles Clippers for the 111-107 win. This might of been the best game of the postseason thus far. This game went right down to the wire, both teams had guys hit big shots down the stretch. Ultimately the difference was three-point shooting, the Spurs shot 47 percent from three and the Clippers shot seven percent. Yes, they really shot seven percent from three, only hitting one three the entire night. That is pretty c
*Photo via USA Today Game Four: Los Angeles Clippers at San Antonio Spurs The Los Angeles Clippers responded to the San Antonio Spurs, and won game four, 114-105. This was a big win for the Clippers, no teams wants to fall down three games to one. The Clippers starts stepped up, Chris Paul and Blake Griffin combined for 54 points, 22 rebounds and 14 assist. That was just between the two of them. The Spurs were close most of the game, and within striking distance. Mostly than
-Photo via Getty Images On Wednesday night the San Antonio Spurs faced the Los Angeles Clippers in Southern California for the second time in the seven game series. Game one saw the Clippers youth and athleticism run circles around the aging Spurs veterans. Game two was a much more highly contested slugfest between two of the best teams in the league. The contest was about as back and forth as a Forrest Gump table tennis match. Ultimately, some lucky bounces, unfortunate turn
*Photo via USA Today The last game one of round one took place late Sunday night in Los Angeles California in a contest between the L.A. Clippers and San Antonio Spurs. The highly anticipated contest delivered with beautiful spacing, highlight dunks, and, of course, poor free throw shooting. Ultimately the third seeded Clippers did enough to defeat the Spurs, after a third quarter surge that sent them into the fourth with a 15 point lead that proved insurmountable. Player of
*Photo via Getty images The Wild West: The only place a 3 and 6 seed can both have at least 55 wins and one game separating them. The number 3 seed L.A. Clippers are set to face off against the 6 seeded San Antonio Spurs. The series begins Sunday at 7:30 PST in Los Angeles. During the regular season the series was tied 2-2 with the Spurs taking the first two games and both teams winning one on the road, with the biggest margin of victory going to the Clippers by 10 Jan 31st.