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April 1, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
A shortage of small forwards. Oh, that … again. It really never goes away for the Clippers. It was a lingering concern during the exhibition season. In November. And in March. April too? You get the idea. Coach Vinny Del Negro sighed when the subject was broached once again Thursday after practice. The Clippers, who play at the Phoenix Suns on Friday, have seven games remaining, five on the road. One thing Del Negro is considering: shutting small down forward Ryan Gomes for the rest of the season.
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April 1, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
A shortage of small forwards. Oh, that … again. It really never goes away for the Clippers. It was a lingering concern during the exhibition season. In November. And in March. April too? You get the idea. Coach Vinny Del Negro sighed when the subject was broached once again Thursday after practice. The Clippers, who play at the Phoenix Suns on Friday, have seven games remaining, five on the road. One thing Del Negro is considering: shutting small down forward Ryan Gomes for the rest of the season.
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February 27, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Trades have hit snags in the NBA, and even unraveled, but the Clippers were spared additional headaches when the Cavaliers informed them Sunday morning that Baron Davis passed his physical in Cleveland. That was the last piece of the puzzle for the deal to be completed and made official by the league, meaning point guard Mo Williams and small forward Jamario Moon can play at Sacramento on Monday night. The Clippers, who have lost four straight games coming out of the All-Star break, could have used the likes of Williams and Moon in Saturday's loss to the Boston Celtics.
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March 19, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Blake Griffin came within two rebounds and two assists of a triple-double, scoring 30 points, in the Clippers' 100-92 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. He made sure to give recognition to the human assist: shooting guard Eric Gordon. Gordon, who was playing his first game since March 5 because of a sprained right wrist, had 29 points and five assists, making six three-pointers. "Physically, him being out there just changes the game for us," said Griffin, who had eight rebounds and eight assists.
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January 6, 2010
The Miami Heat traded point guard Chris Quinn to the New Jersey Nets, a move that could presage Rafer Alston's return to South Florida. Alston agreed to a buyout with the Nets, and two people familiar with the situation told the Associated Press that the guard is hoping to sign with the Heat later this week. If Alston clears waivers Thursday at 6 p.m., he could sign with any team. The Heat will get a second-round pick in 2012. Miami could get New Jersey's second-round choice this year, provided it's not between picks 31-50.
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March 19, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Blake Griffin came within two rebounds and two assists of a triple-double, scoring 30 points, in the Clippers' 100-92 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday afternoon at Staples Center. He made sure to give recognition to the human assist: shooting guard Eric Gordon. Gordon, who was playing his first game since March 5 because of a sprained right wrist, had 29 points and five assists, making six three-pointers. "Physically, him being out there just changes the game for us," said Griffin, who had eight rebounds and eight assists.
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February 24, 2011 | By Mark Heisler
Baron, we hardly knew ye … Oh, right, you're from here, went to UCLA and remained a local favorite … until you were traded here. As homecomings go, this was like deranged, ax-wielding Jack Nicholson in "The Shining," chopping through a door, announcing: "Wendy, I'm home!" Wendy, home is now Cleveland. In another deadline surprise, the Clippers traded Baron Davis and this spring's unprotected No. 1 pick — currently No. 7 — to Cleveland for Mo Williams, a defrocked All-Star, and Jamario Moon, who's like Al-Farouq Aminu, without the polish.
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October 23, 2010 | By Mark Heisler
"As my pastor said, 'The king is gone.... but The King of Kings is still here.'" --posted in the Akron Beacon Journal, Aug. 8, 2010 LeBron James lives in Miami now, and infamy, crossing more than the Ohio line when he left Cleveland, with that Nike billboard of LeBron, head thrown back, arms outstretched and the proclamation taking the religious overtones even further: "We are all witnesses. " They and He ? er, he ? just didn't know what they would witness.
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February 25, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
It could have been the Mo and Moon Show. The two newest Clippers, guard Mo Williams and small forward Jamario Moon , acquired from the Cavaliers in a trade for Baron Davis and a draft pick, met and entertained the media before the Lakers-Clippers game at Staples Center on Friday night. They laughed about Charles Barkley declaring them the big winners at the trade deadline. And they weren't disputing it, not for a moment. Suddenly, it was great to be a Clipper.
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March 18, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Call it a fresh chapter, or maybe closure, for former Cavaliers Mo Williams and Jamario Moon and possibly the start of a healthy finish for Eric Gordon . Williams and Moon are facing Cleveland for the first time since they were traded to the Clippers last month in the Baron Davis deal. And Saturday represents a return to action for Gordon, who has played only one complete game since Jan. 22 when he sprained his right wrist. "It won't be hard," Williams said Friday.
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March 18, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Call it a fresh chapter, or maybe closure, for former Cavaliers Mo Williams and Jamario Moon and possibly the start of a healthy finish for Eric Gordon . Williams and Moon are facing Cleveland for the first time since they were traded to the Clippers last month in the Baron Davis deal. And Saturday represents a return to action for Gordon, who has played only one complete game since Jan. 22 when he sprained his right wrist. "It won't be hard," Williams said Friday.
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March 3, 2011 | By Baxter Holmes
Some say, in regards to life, that the sweet is never as sweet without the sour. That helps explains why the Clippers' 106-103 win Wednesday against Houston was like a barrel of sugar for guard Mo Williams . No, it had little to do with Williams, newly acquired by the Clippers in a trade from Cleveland, winning and playing well (17 points, 11 assists) in his home debut at Staples Center. That was just the icing. It was winning in general that took the cake, because Williams hasn't had much of that this season, given the Cavaliers' NBA-record 26-game losing streak, which ended against the Clippers last month.
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February 27, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
Trades have hit snags in the NBA, and even unraveled, but the Clippers were spared additional headaches when the Cavaliers informed them Sunday morning that Baron Davis passed his physical in Cleveland. That was the last piece of the puzzle for the deal to be completed and made official by the league, meaning point guard Mo Williams and small forward Jamario Moon can play at Sacramento on Monday night. The Clippers, who have lost four straight games coming out of the All-Star break, could have used the likes of Williams and Moon in Saturday's loss to the Boston Celtics.
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February 25, 2011 | By Lisa Dillman
It could have been the Mo and Moon Show. The two newest Clippers, guard Mo Williams and small forward Jamario Moon , acquired from the Cavaliers in a trade for Baron Davis and a draft pick, met and entertained the media before the Lakers-Clippers game at Staples Center on Friday night. They laughed about Charles Barkley declaring them the big winners at the trade deadline. And they weren't disputing it, not for a moment. Suddenly, it was great to be a Clipper.
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February 24, 2011 | By Mark Heisler
Baron, we hardly knew ye … Oh, right, you're from here, went to UCLA and remained a local favorite … until you were traded here. As homecomings go, this was like deranged, ax-wielding Jack Nicholson in "The Shining," chopping through a door, announcing: "Wendy, I'm home!" Wendy, home is now Cleveland. In another deadline surprise, the Clippers traded Baron Davis and this spring's unprotected No. 1 pick — currently No. 7 — to Cleveland for Mo Williams, a defrocked All-Star, and Jamario Moon, who's like Al-Farouq Aminu, without the polish.
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October 23, 2010 | By Mark Heisler
"As my pastor said, 'The king is gone.... but The King of Kings is still here.'" --posted in the Akron Beacon Journal, Aug. 8, 2010 LeBron James lives in Miami now, and infamy, crossing more than the Ohio line when he left Cleveland, with that Nike billboard of LeBron, head thrown back, arms outstretched and the proclamation taking the religious overtones even further: "We are all witnesses. " They and He ? er, he ? just didn't know what they would witness.
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March 3, 2011 | By Baxter Holmes
Some say, in regards to life, that the sweet is never as sweet without the sour. That helps explains why the Clippers' 106-103 win Wednesday against Houston was like a barrel of sugar for guard Mo Williams . No, it had little to do with Williams, newly acquired by the Clippers in a trade from Cleveland, winning and playing well (17 points, 11 assists) in his home debut at Staples Center. That was just the icing. It was winning in general that took the cake, because Williams hasn't had much of that this season, given the Cavaliers' NBA-record 26-game losing streak, which ended against the Clippers last month.
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December 16, 2009
at Cleveland 99, New Jersey 89: LeBron James had 23 points, six rebounds and seven assists and even added the role of peacemaker to his duties, helping restore order after the Nets' Devin Harris scuffled with Jamario Moon. Harris was ejected with 3 minutes 48 seconds to play after committing a flagrant-2 foul on Moon. No punches were thrown. at Miami 115, Toronto 95: Michael Beasley tied his career high with 28 points, Dwyane Wade scored 19 despite sitting out the fourth quarter and the Heat won at home for the first time in five games.
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January 6, 2010
The Miami Heat traded point guard Chris Quinn to the New Jersey Nets, a move that could presage Rafer Alston's return to South Florida. Alston agreed to a buyout with the Nets, and two people familiar with the situation told the Associated Press that the guard is hoping to sign with the Heat later this week. If Alston clears waivers Thursday at 6 p.m., he could sign with any team. The Heat will get a second-round pick in 2012. Miami could get New Jersey's second-round choice this year, provided it's not between picks 31-50.
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December 16, 2009
at Cleveland 99, New Jersey 89: LeBron James had 23 points, six rebounds and seven assists and even added the role of peacemaker to his duties, helping restore order after the Nets' Devin Harris scuffled with Jamario Moon. Harris was ejected with 3 minutes 48 seconds to play after committing a flagrant-2 foul on Moon. No punches were thrown. at Miami 115, Toronto 95: Michael Beasley tied his career high with 28 points, Dwyane Wade scored 19 despite sitting out the fourth quarter and the Heat won at home for the first time in five games.
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