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Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan go on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

October 11, 2013|By Melissa Rohlin

Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan went on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Thursday.

Paul said that he knew all summer long that he would re-sign with the Clippers.

"Of course, yeah," Paul said.

Paul also discussed his love for the television show "Scandal."

"I had to check the time of the show tonight, just to make sureĀ I wouldn't miss it," Paul said. "We can't be here too long because I definitely have to get home and watch 'Scandal.'"

Griffin revealed that when Doc Rivers was hired as the new Clippers coach, Rivers personally called him and left him a voicemail.

"I didn't get a call, only Blake got a call," Paul said.

The segment concluded with Kimmel playing a video of Jordan's dunk over Brandon Knight in March.

"I watch it a lot," Jordan said, adding, "I watched it before I came on the show."

Kimmel then asked if Jordan apologized to Knight.

"Jimmy, absolutely not," Jordan said.


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