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The Clippers beat the Bobcats easily in Charlotte last night, 111-86. This was probably about what should have happened. After all, the Clippers now stand at 17-8, while the Bobcats sit at 3-24. (And the Bobcats really aren’t even an interesting kind of terrible, are they? For the most part, it’s a roster filled with either nondescript veterans or rookies from a lackluster draft class who might be something down the line but aren’t near ready to be cornerstones of a winning team yet.)
If the win was noteworthy for anything, tough, it’s that the Chris Paul-Blake Griffin show was out in even fuller force than usual. Speaking of force, check out how hard Griffin throws down this behind-the-back pass from Paul:
No debate over whether or not that’s a dunk. Oh, they did this, too:
And if you leave Blake Griffin alone with the ball near the basket and no one in his vicinity, this happens:
If the Bobcats’ level of defense on all these slams didn’t meet Kendrick Perkins’ standards, LeBron’s reaction certainly did…since, you know, he didn’t say anything. Lebron, it seems, was preoccupied with Kentucky’s win over Vanderbilt. We sort of expect Perkins to come out and say now that a true elite player wouldn’t be worrying so much about a mere college game.
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