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Grab the spades and clippers: Weeds are trying to take over

If you had to define gardening, the answer might be that it is the act of crafting beauty from nature. That would be the poetic response. At its base, gardening is about holding back the immense, ravaging forces of weeds.

Clippers unveil images, plans for lavish new Inglewood arena

The Los Angeles Clippers have unveiled the first renderings of their proposed 18,500-seat arena and surrounding complex in Inglewood. The Clippers hope to move into the arena in 2024. The team says the project will be funded entirely by owner Steve Ballmer.

Kawhi Leonard, Paul George want to make history for Clippers

Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are embracing the chance to chase history by teaming up with the Los Angeles Clippers. The native Southern California superstars talked about destiny and championships when they made their first public appearance since agreeing to join the Clippers nearly three weeks ago. Leonard says he was tempted by the opportunity to win the Clippers’ first championship, while George is eager to see what it’s like to play at home.

Starless Clippers ready to shop in summer free-agent market

Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers says his team did more this season than many thought it could. The Clippers overcame low expectations and a roster without any current or former All-Stars. They won 48 games, made the playoffs and pushed the champion Golden State Warriors to six games. Now they’re ready to go shopping. A blockbuster list of free agents comes on the market this summer, and many of those free agent might like what they see in the Clippers.

Kevin Durant has 50, Warriors beat Clippers 129-110; Rockets next

Kevin Durant scored 38 of his playoff career-high 50 points in the first half, Draymond Green had a triple-double, and the Golden State Warriors dominated in closing out the Los Angeles Clippers 129-110 to win their first-round series 4-2. The Warriors advanced to the Western Conference semifinals and will face the Houston Rockets in a rematch of last year’s conference finals.

Clippers stage biggest postseason rally to stun Warriors, even series

Landry Shamet hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 16.5 seconds left, Stephen Curry couldn’t answer on the other end, and the Los Angeles Clippers climbed back from a 31 points down to stun the Golden State Warriors 135-131 on Monday night and even their first-round playoff series at one game apiece.