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NBA Playoffs Rd 1: (4) Los Angeles Clippers vs. (5) Memphis Grizzlies

NBA Playoffs   6 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will win?

    • Los Angeles Clippers
    • Memphis Grizzlies

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[4] Los Angeles Clippers (56-26)


PG-#3 Chris Paul

Wake Forest '05

6'0 175 lbs

16.9 PPG 3.7 RPG 9.7 APG 2.4 SPG 32.8 3PT% 88.5 FT%


SG-#1 Chauncey "Mr. Big Shot" Billups

Colorado '97

6'3 215 lbs

8.4 PPG 1.5 RPG 2.2 APG 36.7 3PT%


SF-#5 Caron Butler


6'7 220 lbs

10.4 PPG 2.9 RPG 1.0 APG 38.8 3PT%


PF-#32 Blake Griffin

Oklahoma '09

6'10 252 lbs

18.0 PPG 8.3 RPG 3.7 APG 53.8 FG%


C-#6 DeAndre Jordan

Texas A&M '08

6'11 265 lbs

8.8 PPG 7.2 RPG 1.4 BPG 64.3 FG%


PG-#12 Eric Bledsoe

SG-#11 Jamal Crawford

SF-#33 Grant Hill

SF-#22 Matt Barnes

PF-#7 Lamar Odom

C-#21 Ronny Turiaf



Vinny Del Neegro

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[5] Memphis Grizzlies (56-26)


PG-#11 Mike Conley

Ohio State '07

6'1 185 lbs

14.6 PPG 2.8 RPG 6.1 APG 36.2 3PT%


SG-#9 Tony Allen

Oklahoma State '04

6'4 213 lbs

8.9 PPG 4.6 RPG 1.2 APG


SF-#21 Tayshaun Prince

Kentucky '01

6'9 215 lbs

10.4 PPG 4.4 RPG 2.4 APG


PF-#50 Zach "Z-Bo" Randolph

Michigan State '01

6'9 260 lbs

15.4 PPG 11.2 RPG 1.4 APG


C-#33 Marc Gasol


7'1 265 lbs

14.1 PPG 7.8 RPG 4.0 APG


PG-#7 Jerryd Bayless

SG-#55 Keyon Dooling

SF-#20 Quincy Poindexter

PF-#32 Ed Davis

C-#30 Jon Leur



Lionel Hollins


Last year the Clipps surprised me by upsetting the higher seeded Memphis Grizzlies. This year, I expect them to win. The Clippers along with Paul, Blake, J Crawford, & DeAndre are looking to prove they can go even further this year than their magical season in 2012. Memphis has had a solid season behind Marc Gasol, and Tayshaun Prince has filled in nicely for Rudy Gay who was traded, but I don't see them getting by LA. Clippers in 6.

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It all comes down to Allen on Paul in crunch time. Rudy Gay isn't around to screw Memphis this year, but i'll still take LA in 7.

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Clips in 7.

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Grizz in 6

Halfcourt basketball.

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Live from downtown's the Clipps!

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Live from downtown's the Clipps!

Sort of an interesting turn around for LA. 1st round HOME Playoff goes to the Clips as that other teams hits the road.

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That was a thing of beauty CP3.

LA all day.

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