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Posts Tagged ‘LA Clippers.’

NBA admits referees made mistake in Clippers-Warriors playoff game

(courtesy Free-Extras.com)

The National Basketball Association has announced that the referees blew a foul call late in the Game 1 Playoff contest involving the Los Angeles Clippers-Golden State Warriors.

In the Warriors win on Saturday, the call would have given the LA Clippers a chance to tie the score.

The call involved Clippers point guard Chris Paul who lost the ball out of bounds with 18.9 seconds to go in the game. Golden State was leading 107-105  and eventually won 109-105.

the NBA’s president for basketball operations Rod Thorn said in a statement that Draymond Green of the Warriors should have been whistled for a foul, which Paul would have been given a chance to shoot two free throws.

Oklahoma City Thunder to be without Perkins for six weeks

Kendrick Perkins (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

The Oklahoma City Thunder will be without the services of center Kendrick Perkins for six weeks due to surgery on his left groin.

The 29-year-old Perkins was injured during the February 20 game against the Miami Heat. He did not play on Sunday against the LA Clippers.

The 6’10, 270-pound Perkins was drafted out of Clifton J. Ozen High School in Beaumont, Texas in the spring of 2003 by the Memphis Grizzlies.

He led Ozen High to four consecutive district championships and one state championship during his high school career. Averaging 27.5 points, 16.4 rebounds and 7.8 blocked shots a game as a Senior, he led Ozen to a 33–1 record, with the only loss being a 66–54 setback to Fort Worth Dunbar in the state 4A championship game.

Steelers’ Woodley, several pro celebrities getting involved in PBA

 

(courtesy Professional Bowlers Tour)

Lamarr Woodley is a linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers but he getting involved into the PBA in the Detroit area.

The 28-year-old graduate of the University of Michigan has joined several new owners by getting involved in the eight-team PBA Professional Bowling League that’ll start in January 2013 in the Detroit suburbs.

Woodley, who grew up in Saginaw, Michigan, bowled as a kid, will be the celebrity owner of the Pittsburgh Jack Rabbits.

Jerome Bettis, former running back of the Steelers, former NFL receiver Terrell Owens and LA Clippers point guard Chris Paul will also be involved in the new venue. The PBA has some of its top pros competing on five-man teams in a team format.

 

Info compiled from PBA Tour, Radio & TV news reports

Manning to leave Kansas to become head coach at Tulsa

 

Danny Manning (courtesy of Kansas athletics)

Kansas head basketball coach Bill Self, not only lost the national championship game to the Kentucky Wildcats, but he is losing two of his top assistant coaches as well.

First, director of basketball operations Barry Hinson announced that he had taken the job at Southern Illinois.

And now, its long-time assistant Danny Manning will become the new head coach at Tulsa.

Manning, who played for the Jayhawks from 1984-88, was a smooth-shooting inside-outside player who at 6’10, 230-pounds, scored 2,951 career points and is the Lawrence, Kansas school’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder. Self, earlier in his career, was the head coach at Tulsa.

The 45-year-old Manning played in the NBA with the LA Clippers, Atlanta, Phoenix, Milwaukee, Utah, Dallas and Detroit.

 

Info compiled from Kansas athletics, Tulsa & NBA news

New Knicks still can’t beat the Cavs; Davis leads rally in debut

Baron Davis (file photo)

The New York Knicks have to be scratching their heads. They should be able to beat Cleveland, especially in New York.

Wrong!

Baron Davis scored 18 points in his Cavaliers debut, leading an unbelievable rally in the fourth quarter as Cleveland beat the Knicks for the 11th straight time, 119-115, ending their 26-game road losing streak.

J.J. Hickson scored 23 points and Luke Harangody chipped in with 18.

Davis, playing for the first time since being acquired from the LA Clippers last week, helped erase a 12-point Knicks lead by scoring 12 points in the final six minutes, including a three-pointer which gave the Cavs a 116-112 lead with 10.6 seconds to go in the game.

The Cavs are 3-0 against the Knicks this year.

Amare Stoudemire scored 41 points to match a season-high, Carmelo Anthony scored 29.

The Knicks have not beat the Cavaliers since December 19, 2007.

compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers news

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