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Clippers Finally Have All-Stars in L.A.

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The Clippers were so nonchalant about Blake Griffin and Chris Paul being chosen to start for the Western Conference in the NBA All-Star game that you'd almost think it happens every day.

Public-address announcer David Courtney made a quick proclamation to the crowd before Thursday's 112-91 loss to the Denver Nuggets at Staples Center, drawing a swell of applause that was lost in the buildup to the opening tipoff.

Photos of the two players wearing All-Star uniforms were posted on the center-hanging scoreboard, but the team staged no pregame...

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