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w139a - 08/05/2012 04:14 PM
#221

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Original Posted By Miftachul
ini thread nya sepi amat ya? mau join padahal :nohope


kalau mw rame mah nunggu clippers nya juara gan..oo
pasti rame tuh..
hahaha..

sering2 maen kesini aja gan..
ada ane kok disini..
wkwkwk..
w139a - 14/05/2012 03:08 PM
#222
Clippers beat Memphis, and a whole lot of bad history, in Game 7
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Clippers grind out an 82-72 victory on the road, despite injuries to key players including Chris Paul and Blake Griffin — and despite never previously having won a Game 7 in their skimpy playoff history.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — They found each other on the court this time, hugging, slapping high-fives, smiling, all the Clippers amazed at what they had just accomplished.

What they had done was almost unfathomable for a franchise with so little playoff history, and for a team that had been so hastily assembled this season.

The Clippers on Sunday won a Game 7 for the first time in franchise history, defeating the Memphis Grizzlies, 82-72, at the FedEx Forum — prevailing in a winner-take-all game on the road, a situation in which few gave them much chance of success.

They won the series, 4-3, despite a rotation full of injured players — including starters Blake Griffin (sprained left knee), Chris Paul (strained right hip) and Caron Butler (broken left hand) and key reserve Mo Williams (sore right hand) — and partly because of major Game 7 contributions from their bench.

They upset the odds to advance to the second round of the NBA playoffs for only the second time since the team moved to Los Angeles in 1984, earning a matchup with the top-seeded San Antonio Spurs.

"It was going to come down to who was more determined," said reserve forward Reggie Evans, who collected nine rebounds and played rugged defense on Zach Randolph (nine points on three-for-12 shooting) and Marc Gasol (19 points).

"Everybody on our team was determined. Everybody on the bench and on the court was determined to get this game. When we got on the plane from L.A. to Memphis — not trying to sound arrogant or nothing — we packed for San Antonio. So at the end of the day, we were going to leave it all out there."

NBA history was against the Clippers — visiting teams had won only 19.5% of Game 7s.

Clippers history was against them too — this is a franchise that was 0-2 in Game 7s, and has made the playoffs only five times since Donald Sterling purchased the team 31 years ago, and eight times overall.

And this is a Clippers team with nine new players on the roster, a team that twice had failed to close out Memphis after building a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.

But now they can say they are a Clippers team that will play in the Western Conference semifinals. Game 1 is Tuesday night and Game 2 Thursday night in San Antonio, followed by back-to-back games Saturday afternoon and Sunday night at Staples Center.

"Well, 20% of the teams have won on the road, right?" said Kenyon Martin, who had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds, plus two blocked shots.

"So nothing is impossible in this business and I believe that. If you go out and you compete at a high level, you give yourself a chance. But if you don't come out and compete, then you have a problem."

All 10 Clippers who played competed well Sunday.

Griffin had only eight points and four rebounds, his knee limiting his play and playing time.

Paul had 19 points and nine rebounds.

The Clippers' reserves combined to score 41 points, half of the team's total. More remarkably, they scored 25 of the team's 27 points in the fourth quarter, and the Grizzlies were held to 16. Nick Young had nine points and Martin had seven in the fourth, when the only points by a Clippers starter were two Paul free throws with 28.4 seconds left.

The reserves also combined for half of the Clippers' rebounds, helping them beat the Grizzlies on the boards (46-44) for the first time since Game 1. The Clippers' 13-12 advantage in offensive rebounds was their first in the series.

They also shot 78.3% from the free-throw line (18 for 23), their best performance in the series.

"I don't care if you are at home or on the road, a Game 7 is all heart and we showed a lot of heart," said Clippers guard Chauncey Billups, who has played in four seven-game series during his 14-year career but suffered a season-ending left Achilles' tendon injury in February. "It was a great series. I just think this team grew up a lot in two weeks."[/QUOTE]
Huevo - 15/05/2012 11:57 AM
#223

Lolos juga... D

Memphis lebih berat dari Spurs nih p
w139a - 15/05/2012 10:53 PM
#224

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Original Posted By Huevo
Lolos juga... D

Memphis lebih berat dari Spurs nih p


bukan nya spurs lebih kuat yah gan..??
hahaha..

bsok nih semifinal game 1 clippers..cool:
w139a - 18/05/2012 01:23 PM
#225
Clippers falter down the stretch in Game 2 loss to the Spurs
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[QUOTE=]Tim Duncan scores 18 points on nine-for-14 shooting to lead San Antonio to a 105-88 victory. Boris Diaw makes all seven of his shot to contribute 16 points in the win.

The banged-up, never-give-up Clippers are running out of time.

They played a solid game for three quarters Thursday night in San Antonio before surrendering in the fourth to the Spurs on Thursday night, losing 105-88 to fall behind 2-0 in the best-of-seven series. Game 3 is Saturday afternoon at Staples Center.

Perhaps their biggest concern is Chris Paul, the All-Star point guard who has inspired both the team and the growing fan base with his fourth-quarter heroics. But on Thursday he was generously average, obviously hurting from a hip problem. He scored 10 points but committed eight turnovers in the game.

As you might expect Tim Duncan showed his experience and playoff savvy scoring 18 points in 32 minutes. The Clippers just couldn’t figure out how to stop him. He was nine for 14 from the field, mostly all at short range.

Unlike the Lakers, who showed they could compete with Oklahoma City in Game 2, the Clippers really showed little reason they would be able to win four games from the Spurs, arguably the best team in the NBA. With the South Beach crew falling behind Indiana, 2-1 on Thursday the real NBA Finals could be San Antonio vs. Oklahoma City.

Blake Griffin was the Clippers' leading scorer with 20 points, followed by Randy Foye with 11.

The other leader for the Spurs was Tony Parker, who had 22 points. Danny Green (13) and Manu Gnobli (10) also contributed to the balanced attack. The Spurs got some unexpected big-time play from Boris Diaw, who was seven for seven from the field, finishing with 16 points.

Spurs 78, Clippers 67 (end of third quarter)

A combination of sharp shooting by the Spurs and some flatness by the Clippers allowed the Spurs to open things up at the start of the third quarter.

The Spurs quickly built the lead to eight points and before things could settle down, a pair of Danny Green three-pointers made it an 11-point game with 8:44 to play in the quarter. The Clippers called a timeout and needed to do something before this game got out of hand.

Chris Paul, who struggled the entire first half, tried to answer with a jumper that hit the front iron. Clearly, the Clippers would need for him return to form if they were to have a chance. But after a Clippers turnover the Spurs' Kawhi Leonard drove the length of the court for a slam and it was a 13-point margin. After two Tony Parker free throws it was 15.

But the Clippers were able to chip away at the lead and with 5:00 to play in the quarter, Paul hit a three-pointer to cut the lead to 11. After Parker missed a three, the Clippers were able to get it inside double figures off a pair of Caron Butler free throws. DeAndre Jordan then stole the ball and ran a lumbering breakaway for the slam.

But the Spurs, arguably the best team in the NBA, were able to quickly make it a 10-point game.

With two minutes to play in the quarter, the Spurs went back to work as Boris Diaw scored to make it 74-63. The teams traded baskets as the rest of the quarter played out.

The Clippers have a lot of points to make up and this isn’t Memphis. The Clippers could very well be looking at a 2-0 deficit coming back to Staples Center.

Griffin was the Clippers' leading scorer with 15, followed by Randy Foye with 11 and Paul with 10.

Duncan and Parker each had 16 points for the Spurs.

Spurs 46, Clippers 42 (halftime)

At one point in the first quarter it had the makings of a blow out. But the Clippers seem to be able to hang around even when people have trouble understanding why.

The Clippers were able to open the second period and cut even more into what was once a 16-point first quarter Spurs lead getting it down to four courtesy of the continuation of a 14-2 run.

With about nine minutes left to play in the first half, Chris Paul made a steal, passed the ball to Nick Young, who was fouled while shooting a three-point shot. Three free throws later the Clippers had closed their deficit to only two points, 31-29.

But Tony Parker answered with a jumper to extend the lead back to four. Parker was making his presence felt in the second quarter with eight points for the game.

Both teams were exchanging misses and baskets until there were about 6 1/2 minutes to play in the second quarter, when Mo Williams made a two, cutting the Spurs' lead to two. Clearly, the Clippers were sending a message they were here to stay in the game. At least for a little while.

The Clippers were able to cut it to one with a Randy Foye three -- his third of the game with 4:45 to play before halftime. But the Spurs were able to recover and extended to six after a Danny Green three with 3:08 to play.

What was the most troubling for the Clippers, though, was the play of Paul, who made more than his share of uncharacteristic mistakes. He even left the game with just over three minutes to play after committing his third foul. He had two points and five turnovers.

The Clippers did cut it to two off baskets by Blake Griffin and a slam by DeAndre Jordan. But Tim Duncan answered with a jumper and Boris Diaw added another score. With less than a minute to play Griffin connected on two free throws to cut it to four and then Jordan went to the line with 17 seconds to play and missed both.

Griffin was the Clippers' leading scorer with 11, while Duncan led the Spurs with 14.

The Clippers were 14 for 30 (47%) from the field, while the Spurs were 19 for 42 (45%).

Spurs 29, Clippers 21 (end of first quarter)

The big question facing the Clippers before Game 2 was the health of Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, but as the first quarter evolved Thursday night the bigger question was how were they going to slow down a very hot Spurs team.

Tim Duncan was unstoppable near the basket, making five of seven shots for 10 points. As a team the Spurs were 11 for 21 (52%) from the field.

It wasn’t as if the Clippers were looking lost; it’s just that the Spurs were looking that much better.

Paul made some uncharacteristic mistakes -- bad pass, had a ball stolen -- while going a very quiet one-for-two shooting for two points. Griffin was one for four with three points. Randy Foye was the high scorer for the Clippers with six, courtesy of two three-pointers.

The Spurs had built a 13-point lead with 3:31 to play in the opening quarter and continued to draw it back to that difference no matter what the Clippers did.

The Spurs took a 15-point advantage with 1:53 to play on a pair of Manu Ginobli free throws. Ginobli continued to be the other riddle the Clippers couldn’t figure out as he finished the quarter with 10 points and three rebounds.

But the Clippers did finish the quarter strong with a 10-2 run, culminating with a three-pointer by Nick Young and a basket by Mo Williams. Still, if the Clippers can’t figure out how to stop Duncan and Ginobli, it will be a long night.[/QUOTE]
heeHOO - 18/05/2012 07:50 PM
#226

oiii,, mo donlod game 2 nya clippers ma spurs yg td pagi dmn yaa?
pnasaran nih,,,

di basketballmounts blom di update" tuhh,, di hd-nba4life linknya, hostfile luar negri,,, da saran g nih?? ayo lahh,,,

thx b4,,,
Huevo - 21/05/2012 12:17 PM
#227

sampai jumpa musim depan tim atraktif \(
seventyfiveshop - 21/05/2012 01:44 PM
#228

Gapapa kalah musim ini, bakalan jadi langganan playoff juga ntar musim2 selanjutnya, dan moga2 juara juga akhirnya ntar hehehe
w139a - 21/05/2012 03:42 PM
#229

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Original Posted By Huevo
sampai jumpa musim depan tim atraktif \(


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Original Posted By seventyfiveshop
Gapapa kalah musim ini, bakalan jadi langganan playoff juga ntar musim2 selanjutnya, dan moga2 juara juga akhirnya ntar hehehe


iy nih clippers kalah telak 4-0 ama spurs..
mudah2an clippers di tahun depan dapet pemain berkualitas biar bisa juara tahun depan..
wkwkwk..
w139a - 21/05/2012 03:45 PM
#230
Clippers' season is over after 102-99 loss to Spurs in Game 4
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The Clippers are swept out of the Western Conference semifinals by San Antonio, which has won its last 18 games. Blake Griffin scores 21 points for Clippers.

The Clippers didn't go easily when they could have, when many thought they would have.

They played Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinal series against the San Antonio Spurs right up to the final few seconds of the game Sunday night.

Still, in the end, the Clippers dropped a 102-99 decision to the Spurs at Staples Center, getting swept out of the playoffs.

Chris Paul had been the Clippers' savior all season, their closer. But he couldn't save the day this time, missing two shots late when the game hung in the balance.

And it was Paul's best game of the series, his 23 points and 11 assists going a long way to help the Clippers.

"We had a good season," Paul said. "I think it's a good sign for our team, but there are no moral victories. It's not like, 'Oh, we made it to the playoffs and it's all good and well.' We feel like we should still be playing.

"We're going to keep working. We've got some work to do. We obviously have got to get better."

It'll start with Blake Griffin making improvements in his game.

He had 21 points and five rebounds and admitted that he has to make strides in his overall game.

Griffin, who can sign a five-year contract extension this summer for up to $95 million, was asked about his future.

"I haven't given it one ounce of thought," Griffin said. "That's been the farthest thing from my mind, honestly. ... I'll get to that when it comes."

Eric Bledsoe had a good game for the Clippers with 17 points, 11 in the fourth quarter.

DeAndre Jordan played his best game of the playoffs, scoring 10 points, grabbing eight rebounds and blocking three shots.

But it wasn't enough because Tim Duncan had 21 points and nine rebounds for the Spurs and Tony Parker had 17 points.

"They are a good team," Griffin said. "Not taking away from them. They played extremely well.

"But it doesn't make us feel any better. This is nothing about that that you can feel good about."

Paul drove into the teeth of San Antonio's defense and threw up a floater that was an airball with the Clippers trailing, 100-99.

He then fouled Danny Green, who made one of two free throws for a 101-99 Spurs lead with 10.8 seconds left.

The Clippers called a timeout with 10.5 seconds left and put the ball in Paul's hands again.

He couldn't deliver again, slipping on the court and missing with 3.9 seconds left.

Tony Parker made one of two free throws with 1.7 seconds left for the final margin.

"I messed up," Paul said. "Bad decisions. Bad decisions. ... It's all on me."

Paul played with a strained right hip flexor.

Griffin (sprained left knee), Caron Butler (fractured left hand) and Mo Williams (sore right hand) all played.

Then Griffin endured more pain after an elbow from Parker cut his lip on a drive in the second quarter.

Griffin's top tooth went through his lip, causing him to get four stitches -- two on the inside and two on the outside of his lip.

None of that seemed to matter to the Clippers in the fourth and decisive quarter.

They played it up to the end.

The Spurs have won 18 straight games dating back to the regular season, all eight in the playoffs, including sweeps in the first (Utah Jazz) and second rounds (Clippers).

They will meet either the Oklahoma City Thunder or the Lakers in the conference finals.

"I think it's great that our team got a little taste of the playoffs," Paul said.

"I think coming into camp next year we are going to expect more, a lot more. It's going to be a big summer for all of us.

"I need to get better. Everybody has to get better."[/QUOTE]
heeHOO - 23/05/2012 01:18 AM
#231

akhirnya,,,,

hikz,, hikz,, :sorry
heeHOO - 03/06/2012 03:00 PM
#232

seneng'a liat spurs jumat kmren dikalahin,,, hehe\)b

btw sepi amet yakk,,,

sup2:
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sup2:

udah sepi, jauh pulak di page 3 lg,,,
w139a - 19/10/2012 11:30 PM
#233

biar gk sepi..
sup2:sup2:
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