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PBT Wednesday morning one liners

Blake Griffin

Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin puts up a shot during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Houston Rockets, Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2010, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)


Is talking about sports better than watching it?

Is Blake Griffin more watchable than LeBron James?

Things I never thought I’d type: The Clippers have become a huge road draw. See the paragraph above for your reason.

Kevin Love had his 50th double-double of the season Monday night. The only other man with 50 before the All-Star break? George Mikan. That’s some good company.

Gregg Popovich is a classic coach — things are going well so he expects the other shoe to drop any second.

Raptors GM Brian Collangelo thinks the Raptors are poised for success. Kelly Dwyer at Ball Don’t Lie hit the nail on the head as to why that thinking is flawed.

Homeland Security and the NBA are teaming up to keep All-Star Weekend safe. (Since we will be there, we think this is a good idea.)

The Nets are getting into the advanced stats game. (A lot of teams are.)

Courtney Lee would prefer not to be traded again. For the third year in a row.

Heat rookie Dexter Pittman has been in the D-League, but he’ll be out the next 5-6 weeks after knee surgery.

Center Chris Kaman could return to the Clippers Wednesday night. If he does he’ll come off the bench because DeAndre Jordan is the starter there now.