Champ: Miguel Cabrera for hitting home run number 400 over the weekend.
Down 3-1 in the series and on the brink of elimination, the Houston Rockets reeled off three straight wins to complete an improbable comeback over the Los Angeles Clippers and return to the Western Conference finals for the first time since 1997.
With a 19-point lead in the second half, the Los Angeles Clippers were cruising toward clinching the franchise’s first Western Conference finals berth.
James Harden received an IV Tuesday afternoon, his answers to postgame questions were peppered with coughs and he sniffled repeatedly between queries.
Houston’s strategy of intentionally fouling poor free-throw shooter DeAndre Jordan backfired in a big way.
The Los Angeles Clippers knew no one player could make up for Chris Paul’s absence.
The Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski attended the game and brought down the house with his rump-shaking participation in the Clippers’ Dance Cam on the video board.
The road-weary Los Angeles Clippers were getting outrun by the younger Minnesota Timberwolves and found themselves in danger of splitting a tough four-game trip.
DeAndre Jordan is settling in for a month without All-Star partner Blake Griffin, so the Clippers center will take any night when his job can be a little easier.
The future of the Los Angeles Clippers is closer to decision as testimony resumes Monday in a probate trial over whether a deal negotiated by Donald Sterling’s estranged wife to sell the team for $2 billion is authorized under a Sterling family trust.