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2012 NBA Playoffs

NBA Playoffs: Clippers Season Ends After Being Swept By Spurs

The Clippers lost Game 4 and in the process were swept out of the playoffs by the Spurs, but the first year of the Chris Paul era in L.A. was still a rousing success.

A Superpower In Twilight: Thoughts On The Lakers' Near-Certain Demise

Following a brutal Game Four collapse, the curtain's about to fall on this version of the Lakers. Tonight's Game Five could be ugly.

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2012 NBA Playoffs, Clippers Vs. Spurs: L.A. Swept Away By San Antonio

Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers couldn't hold off the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday night at Staples Center, losing 102-99 in Game 4 and getting swept out of their second round NBA playoff series.

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2012 NBA Playoffs: Lakers Eliminated By Thunder In Five Games

The Los Angeles Lakers were eliminated by the Oklahoma City Thunder with a 106-90 loss in Game 5 Monday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City.

Lakers Vs. Nuggets, NBA Playoffs: Andrew Bynum Continues Maturation Process

Andrew Bynum blocked 10 shots in Game 1 against Denver and scored a career playoff high 27 points in Game 2. He will determine how far the Los Angeles Lakers advance in the NBA playoffs.

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2012 NBA Playoffs, Lakers Vs. Nuggets: L.A. Rebounds With Game 7 Win

In a hard fought game Saturday night, the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets 96-87 in Game 7 of their first round playoff series at Staples Center. The Lakers advance to play Oklahoma City in the second round.

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2012 NBA Playoffs, Clippers Vs. Grizzlies: L.A. Advances With Road Win In Game 7

The Los Angeles Clippers picked up their biggest win in franchise history with a 82-72 win over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 7 of their first round NBA playoff series at FedEx Forum in Memphis.

NBA Playoffs 2012: Clippers, Grizzlies Fighting For Home Court Advtanage

With two weeks remaining in the regular season, the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers are both battling for the Pacific Division crown, with the second place finisher still in line for home court advantage in the first round.