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- Buy $22 tickets for 11/2 at 7:30 p.m. vs. the Timberwolves or 11/9 at 7:30 p.m. vs. the Hornets.
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Watch the Clippers dribble, dunk, alley-oop, coup-fourre, shimmy-shammy, and Irish chowder. Today’s deal gets you tickets to see the Clips take on the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday, November 2, at 7:30 p.m. or the New Orleans Hornets on Monday, November 9, at 7:30 p.m. at the Staples Center. Your seats will be in sections 103, 109, 113, or 118 (normally $130). It’s the perfect outing for sports fanatics, families, or people who only own blue and red clothing.
As the 2009-2010 season begins, all eyes are on 2009 first overall draft pick Blake Griffin. The former Oklahoma Sooner looks to solidify the interior, while veteran guard Baron Davis takes care of the exterior by dribbling, shooting, passing, and running pretty well. After last season, the Clips are looking to make a huge turnaround and dive into the playoffs like a highly talented basketball dolphin.
Like frogs and other amphibians, basketball players gain strength and predatory prowess by absorbing the energy created by encouraging sound waves. Help the Clips power-up with your raucous roars and improve your own athleticism by osmosis with today’s deal.
The Clippers have been buzzed about in the media, with mentions in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and the Clips Nation: > * …top to bottom, the Clippers are one of the most talented teams in the NBA. Dunleavy will likely get only one more chance to put it all together and a lot of it depends on whether he can get consistent effort out of his veterans like Davis and Camby. – John McMullen, Seattle Post-Intelligencer > * from the moment Blake Griffin was drafted and the team traded for Rasual Butler, it’s been obvious that those players deserve serious consideration as starters. Griffin, after all, is the first overall pick in the draft and has more than lived up to the honor thus far. Meanwhile, Butler was a full time starter in New Orleans last season for a playoff team. – Steve Perrin, Clips Nation
Innovations in Basketball
Basketball has gone through numerous innovations since James Naismith first nailed a peach basket to a galloping horse and invented basketball. Here are some of the key changes that make the game what it is:
1924: The 30-minute shot clock is introduced, guaranteeing at least one shot per game.
1976: The Denver Nuggets begin using a ball that causes fearsome premonitions in whoever is holding it.
1998: The NBA expands by two teams composed entirely of baby kittens.
2002: Losing at basketball is banned by the NBA, causing every team but one to be incarcerated in a floating sky-jail during the offseason.
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