The Los Angeles Clippers showed they could beat the Lakers even with Kobe Bryant going over the 40-point mark for the fourth consecutive game. Chris Paul scored 33 points, Blake Griffin had 22 points and 14 rebounds, and the Clippers led all the way in winning 102-94 on Saturday night, their second victory in four days over one of the NBA’s elite teams. “It’s early. We’re not going to get too high with these wins,” Paul said. “We definitely made strides in the right direction defensively and with rebounding. We got to make that habit and not a one-time thing.” Paul limped off after hitting a jumper in the final minutes and said after the game that he hurt his left leg and would see a doctor. Griffin said he wasn’t concerned with the doubters who wonder if the Clippers may finally shed their reputation as perennial losers. “It’s definitely going to take time if we’re going to remove that label,” he said. “We don’t care. We’re worried about this year.” Paul, Billups and Butler — all added before the season began — are paying early dividends. Paul, who had 27 points against the Heat, was originally headed to the Lakers from New Orleans until Commissioner David Stern nixed the deal. “They couldn’t guard him,” Billups said of Paul. “Coming off the pick-and-rolls, he was unstoppable. His shot was on point and he really caused them a lot of problems.” “We talked about how they focused on the glass and they just did a terrific job on the boards,” Bryant said. “Seventeen …
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Paul Pierce went Tim Tebow on the home crowd in Atlanta after displaying a spectacular fourth quarter performance, striking the classic Tim Tebow pose at center court! Visit www.nba.com for more highlights.
The Columbus zoo and Aquarium has the 2011 Guinness Book of World Records Longest Snake and Oldest Gorilla. It is the country’s Top Rated Zoo. It is record breaking for many reasons. It also contains the continent’s largest Asian elephant the world’s largest elephant enclosure and the world’s largest polar bear habitat. Jack Hanna, the world’s most famous zoo director, appears on many TV shows including David Lettreman. The Wilds is the largest facility of its kind in North America. It was named by the USA Travel Guide as the number one zoo in America in 2009 and it has a worldwide reputation. It is well-known its director emeritus Jack Hanna, world’s most famous zoo director. In 2009, It is home to over 5000 animals representing over 700 species and over 1.8 million visitors annually. The animal exhibits are divided into regions of the world, with eight such regions. In addition the zoo owns an 18-hole golf course, known as Safari Golf Club, Zoombezi Bay, and Jungle Jack’s Landing. Both are located just south of the zoo. It is associated with the Wilds in Zanesville Ohio and a bonobo project in the Congo. The zoo owns 580 acres. Additional projects include the zoo supports include the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, the International Elephant Foundation, and the Ohio Wildlife Center.
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