— Kawhi Leonard scored 28 points, Paul George added 27 and the Los Angeles Clippers defeated the short-handed New Orleans Pelicans 111-106 on Wednesday night.
The New Orleans Pelicans have some concerns at the guard position, with Lonzo Ball nursing a knee injury and Eric Bledsoe bothered by eye irritation.
The Warriors have won four of their past five, including a huge comeback over the Clippers. How high are Steph & Co. rising this week?
It was an active night for Kawhi Leonard on Sunday, as the Clippers' star shed his mask, scored 35 points and topped 10,000 for his career in LA's victory over the Chicago Bulls.
— Kawhi Leonard scored a season-high 35 points, going over 10,000 in his career, and the Los Angeles Clippers rallied to beat the Chicago Bulls 130-127 on Sunday.
The Clippers blew a 22-point, third-quarter advantage in Friday's loss to the Warriors, leading Kawhi Leonard to say the team has to change and get better after its latest collapse.
— Stephen Curry scored 38 points and the Golden State Warriors erased a big second-half deficit Friday night to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 115-105.
Zach and ESPN's Dave McMenamin talk about the Lakers, and then ESPN's Kevin Pelton joins to talk about whether the Bucks and Clippers belong in the same category as the Lakers.
LA Clippers star Kawhi Leonard said he is planning to play in more back-to-back sets after competing in his first back-to-back since April 2017.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two of the show discussing the wildness of yesterday. Damien Woody joins the show to discuss his outlook on the playoffs and what it means for the Browns to not have their Head Coach in the playoffs.
— Kawhi Leonard scored the tying basket with 6:40 to play, then put his team ahead with a jumper the following possession on the way to 21 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Golden State Warriors 108-101 on Wednesday night in the first of...
Many throughout the sports world have been left trying to process the events of the past 24 hours, beginning with a prosecutor's ruling in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and culminating with a mob of Donald Trump supporters storming the U.S. Capitol.
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