Blake Griffin – The Key to the Clippers Success

After finishing 4th in the Western Conference with a 53-29 record in the Western Conference this year, and losing in the first round to the Portland Trail Blazers, the Clippers are running out of of options. Practically bringing back the same exact first team as they had last year, the Clippers haven’t revamped all that much. They added some bench pieces like Brandon Bass, Marreese Speights, and Raymond Felton, but overall their outlook as a …

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HoopsCritic Hot 50 – #43 Chris Paul

CP3 despite not seeing playoff success of any kind has statistically dominated the NBA. Chris Paul is the best point guard to be drafted post 2000 and it isn’t close. His case is hard to argue, individually by the numbers he can go toe-to-toe with any point guard not named Big O or Magic. However the resume leaves some to be desired in terms of winning. It really depends on how you view greatness, and …

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HoopsCritic Hot 50 – #46 Paul Pierce

The Truth is one of the most beloved players of this generation and a Celtics great in his own right. He never won an MVP, he wasn’t the de-facto best player on the Celtics title in 2008, but he was the heart and soul of the Celtics for 15 years. He has had his moments with Brooklyn and Washington, I’m sure he will have his moments in Los Angeles, but a Celtic he will always …

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