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2015-16 Schedule
35-17, 2nd in Pacific

LeBron passes Pierce ... for now

LeBron James entered the night 7 points behind Paul Pierce on the NBA's career scoring list. James has 14 tonight while Pierce, playing for the Clippers in Boston, has just 6, putting James ahead by 1 with both players still in progress.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

The Celtics say Kelly Olynyk has a bruised right shoulder and will not return vs. the Clippers.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston Celtics center Kelly Olynyk, who retreated to the locker room with a team doctor late in the first half, is not on the bench to start the second half. Fellow big man Amir Johnson is wearing a wrap around his back and did not start the second half with Boston going small with Marcus Smart playing alongside Isaiah Thomas, Avery Bradley, Jae Crowder, and Jared Sullinger.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 71, Clippers 64 (half): For the second time in as many home games, Boston put up 70+ first-half points. Boston shot 53.5 percent from the floor and 44.4 percent beyond the 3-point ac. Marcus Smart and Isaiah Thomas with 13 points apiece to lead five Celtics in double figures for scoring. Clippers shot 57.1 percent overall and 60 percent beyond 3-point arc.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Clippers 37, Celtics 33 (end 1st): Old friend Paul Pierce hit a couple of early 3-pointers and DeAndre Jordan added 11 points (making 3 of 4 free throws, even when the Celtics went to Hack-a-Jordan late in the frame). Jared Sullinger with 10 points on 5-of-6 shooting to pace Boston.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul Pierce on if he ever truly considered the Celtics as free agent this summer: "The Celtics were a rebuilding team. Young and up-and-coming. I think my career here ran its course. I had a great career here, 15 years. What more could you ask for? I was able to win a championship here. I've had my fun."


Pierce, Clippers travel to Boston

Los Angeles can complete its 4-game road trip at a perfect 4-0 with a win in Boston tonight. This could be Paul Pierce's final game in Boston. Follow live

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul Pierce on if this could be his final season and final game in Boston: "It could be. I'm not 100 percent sure."

Windhorst: Never heard of suspension like Griffin's (1:21)
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Windhorst on Blake Griffin's punishment

ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst discusses the Knicks' chances to sign Kevin Durant, the Clippers' punishment of Blake Griffin and the Celtics' trade market situation.

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Clips should make a deal -- or two

ESPN's expert panel includes the Clippers among the West teams that should be active before the Feb. 18 trade deadline passes. There's even the suggestion of acquiring a former MVP. 5-on-5 (Insider)

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Don't hurry back, Blake ...

Blake Griffin has been out since Dec. 26 and won't be returning anytime soon, thanks to the Jan. 23 incident in which he broke his hand punching a Clippers staffer. After he heals from that, he'll serve a four-game suspension before returning to the court. Surprisingly, the Clippers have been markedly better without him.

Energizing All-Stars (5:02)
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Clippers Daily Links: Wednesday

Top Headline: Blake Griffin deserved to get suspended for the altercation in Toronto.

Is four games a fair suspension for Griffin? (0:45)

Clippers suspend Blake Griffin 4 games

The team suspended its star forward for four games and will withhold his wages for one additional contest as punishment for punching an assistant equipment manager last month. Griffin suffered a fractured right hand as a result of the altercation and was expected to miss four to six weeks. Story

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Clippers suspend Griffin four games without pay

The Los Angeles Clippers have suspended star forward Blake Griffin for four games and will withhold his wages for one additional game, the team announced Tuesday.

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Extra play away from home can be fun

Road teams swept the NBA's three overtime games on Monday night. Elias Sports Bureau reports that tied a league record done five previous times. Monday's results:

  • Clippers 98-92 at Philadelphia
  • Trail Blazers 112-106 at Memphis
  • Magic 117-110 at Atlanta

These ballers get it done when it matters most (1:13)
Clippers beat 76ers in OT (1:08)

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.17th
Rebounds Per Game42.324th
Assists Per Game22.69th
Points Allowed100.09th

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