Los Angeles Clippers: Blake Griffin and the Other Team in L.A. Nobody Wants To Play

January 17th, 2011 by Zachary Stanley Leave a reply »
9-4 in the last 10...

Six and seven-point victories against the Heat and Lakers, respectively.

Two 20-plus point scorers and an offense averaging 106.6 points in their last five.

Can these really be Clippers' numbers?

The team that hasn't won more than 29 games in the past three seasons—whose biggest free-agent acquisition in the past few years was an aging Baron Davis at PG?

But they are Clippers' numbers and “the other L.A. Team” is suddenly the team nobody wants to play.

So how did it happen? 

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