Shai Gilgeous Alexander

Lakers Overcome the Thunder 119-112 in Overtime

Although the Lakers found themselves in overtime for the second consecutive game, they survived the Oklahoma City Thunder 119-112. Lakers star LeBron James mentioned how the team is up for the challenge of being tested by opponents.

Paul George nails game winner on Thunder for 90-88 victory

Paul George’s former team, Oklahoma City, arrived in Los Angeles looking to defeat the Clippers. The Thunder ended up on the wrong side of a game winning three-pointer by the elite forward propelling the Clippers to a 9-5 record.  “That play was designed for me to be freed up, kind of a misdirection to draw attention to Lou and and then coming to clean me up on the other side,” said George. “It was fun, it was fine, again it was any other game. It was fun to see familiar faces and share some laughs

Clippers top Bulls 130-123; Coach Rivers, Boylen ejected in third quarter dispute

Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers joked post game and said he “thought he’d try something new” by getting ejected. Rivers argued across the scorer’s table with Chicago Bulls coach Jim Boylen and both coaches were tossed in a third quarter that saw L.A. have their highest-scoring quarter of the season, rallying back for a 128-121 victory at Staples Center on Friday Night. The controversy took place when Montrezl Harrell was called for an offensive foul for trying to set a screen for Lou Williams. Boylen was livid when Ryan Arcidiacono was drilled by the shoulders of Harrell, on a

Lou Williams Defeats the Nets with A Buzzer Beater

The Los Angeles Clippers remain on the fast track to the Playoffs after sneaking a 119-116 win past the Brooklyn Nets. With five seconds left in regulation, veteran guard Lou Williams destroyed the Nets’ hope for an overtime push with a clutch three-pointer from 28-feet out.

Williams saves the day; Clippers escape with OT win over Warriors

Just two days after Lou Williams hit a driving game-winning layup with .3 seconds remaining in overtime that gave the Los Angeles Clippers a 128-116 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday. Williams came up huge again Monday night at Staples Center, scoring the Clippers’ final 10 points in overtime, as he propelled Los Angeles to a 121-116 victory over the two-time reigning champion Golden State Warriors. “Lou is like all great scorers,” said Clippers Coach Doc Rivers. “Every miss, they think they’re closer to getting hot, not that it’s a bad night.” Even after shooting 3 of 16 through