Clippers Survive, Advance to Face Spurs

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With a bad right hip, Chris Paul still is better than everyone on the Los Angeles Clippers.

He led them in scoring (19 points), and despite standing 6-1 he towered over the Clippers' starting big men with nine rebounds in the 82-72 Game 7 victory Sunday to eliminate the Memphis Grizzlies and send the Clippers to a...

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