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'We Believe' T-shirt trolls Warriors, recalls Clippers' 31-point comeback

'We Believe' T-shirt trolls Warriors, recalls Clippers' 31-point comeback

Despite their valiant Game 2 comeback, the Clippers probably aren't long for their best-of-seven first-round NBA playoff series against the Warriors. So, their fans should have some fun with it.

Los Angeles, of course, erased a 31-point deficit on its way to a 135-131 victory Monday night, the largest comeback in NBA playoff history.

The Warriors, of course, have plenty of history with the numbers three and one -- as in, the Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the 2016 NBA Finals.

(They also have three championships to the Cavaliers' one, ahem.)

So, riding the high of their historic comeback, Breaking T -- a company that specializes in shirts that reflect big sports moments -- thought it would be clever to play upon the "3-1" joke at the Warriors' expense.

Clippers fans, of course, enjoyed the new threads.

https://twitter.com/gachorpenning/status/1118254828843687936

The "3-1" jokes are more than tired at this point, but then again, the Clippers have the right to say anything after embarrassing the Warriors on their home floor.

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That said, if you want a shirt, probably best to get one sooner rather than later. This high shouldn't last long.

Well, not unless the Warriors are planning on any other epic collapses.

LeBron James mentions Steph Curry, clowns in cryptic Instagram post

LeBron James mentions Steph Curry, clowns in cryptic Instagram post

LeBron James did not play in the Warriors-Lakers preseason game Monday night in Los Angeles.

But about 80 minutes before the opening tip at Staples Center, the three-time NBA champion created headlines when he spoke to the media regarding the drama between the NBA, China and Rockets general manager Daryl Morey.

Then about five minutes before the game started, he sent out two tweets:

Before the fourth quarter began, LeBron and Warriors superstar Steph Curry exchanged pleasantries:

After Tuesday's practice, LeBron said he feels like his pregame comments were taken out of context:

About 45 minutes later, he took to Instagram:

Are "they" -- the clowns that is -- the media in general or anybody who disagreed with what he said? Both?

Why send that message to Curry? 

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Does LeBron realize he sounded foolish when he told reporters that he believes Morey "was either misinformed or not really educated on the situation, and if he was, then so be it," and immediately followed that with: "I have no idea, but that is just my belief."

Is he aware that the backlash is self-inflicted?

Are you sick of this whole story?

Let's move on.

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Steve Kerr hopes Kevon Looney will play in Warriors' season opener

Steve Kerr hopes Kevon Looney will play in Warriors' season opener

Well, this isn't exactly the Kevon Looney update you were hoping for.

Steve Kerr announced after practice Tuesday that the Warriors big man will not play against the Lakers on Wednesday or Friday.

Looney tweaked his hamstring 13 days ago and missed Golden State's first three preseason games.

At Media Day, Kerr told reporters that he has big plans for the 23-year-old and is planning on playing him around 30 minutes per night.

Willie Cauley-Stein -- who was projected to start at center -- has missed all of traning camp and is expected to be sidelined the first couple regular season games.

Without these two, the Dubs are getting crushed on the glass.

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At this point, it would be very surprising if Marquese Chriss isn't on the Opening Night roster.

The 22-year-old is averaging 10.0 points, 9.3 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 1.7 blocks during the preseason. He's also a perfect 8-for-8 from the free throw line.

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