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0-0, 1st in Pacific
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J.J. Redick falls short in tie-breaker round

The Clippers sharpshooter didn't reach final round, but he didn't have a strong performance in the Foot Locker Three-Point Contest. Kevin Pelton gives him a B grade for scoring 20 in the opening round. All-Star Grades: 3-point contest

Adam Reisinger 

The in-arena entertainment featured a kids dunk contest with Chris Paul Jr. throwing down an alley oop from - who else? - Kevin Hart.

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Who ya got?

Defending Foot Locker Three-point Contest winner Steph Curry headlines a star-studded sharp-shooting class on Saturday. Curry's Splash Brother, Klay Thompson, is in the contest, along with Toronto's hometown shooter, Kyle Lowry.

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CP3 helped turn around the franchise

The Clippers have made the playoffs every year since trading for Chris Paul in 2011. The nine-time All-Star has helped produce wins to make L.A. a contender year in and year out.

CP3 credits depth for Clippers overcoming Griffin injury (3:00)

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J.J. Redick, surrounded by media, praised his opponents, specifically Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, in the 3-point contest.

Adam Reisinger 

J.J. Redick says that he had issues with rhythm and timing during last year's 3-point contest, in part because he wasn't positioned right in relation to the rack. "Not that shooting 3-pointers off a rack is an exact science," he added.

CP3 balled out in the Clippers' loss to the Celtics (1:54)

LBJ passes Pierce in career points

LeBron James scored 29 points on Wednesday night while Paul Pierce scored six. The 23-point difference allowed James to move into 15th place in career points, 16 ahead of Pierce.

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Meet The All-Stars: Paul on Doc's Coaching, Blake's Absence

Chris Paul talks to Marc Kestecher, Marc Stein and P.J. Carlesimo about how the team has gone 18-5 since Blake Griffin's injury. Plus, he describes what Doc Rivers says to him during the 4th quarter.

Celtics knock off Clippers in OT (1:23)

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers on if the Boston Celtics can make a playoff run: "They could make a run. Listen, they're not scared of anybody. They've got a bunch of junkyard dogs who can play. & You better be ready when you play them or you're going to lose to them."


Celtics top Clippers in overtime

The Clippers opened up a 6-point lead in the extra session, but Boston quickly erased that and came out with a 139-134 win. Isaiah Thomas finished with 36 points, two shy of his career high. Box score


Thomas sends Celtics to overtime

Isaiah Thomas has 34 points and made a jumper with 5.8 seconds left to force overtime against the Clippers. Chris Paul (31 pts) had a shot to win it at the buzzer, but missed. Follow live

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics 98, Clippers 91 (end 3rd): Los Angeles got its deficit as low as 4, but Isaiah Thomas (24 points, 6 assists) trying to keep the Clippers at arm's length. Both teams shooting over 50+ percent from floor and 43+ percent beyond 3-point arc.

Pierce nails ridiculous shot that doesn't count (0:32)
What you looking at Sullinger? (0:16)

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.

Jordan posterizes Smart on alley-oop (0:31)

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.

Team Stats

Points Per Game104.77th
Rebounds Per Game42.424th
Assists Per Game22.69th
Points Allowed100.89th

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