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Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 at 9:30 am  |  7 responses

Chris Paul Shakes Corey Brewer to the Floor (VIDEO)

Well, sort of…

OK, fine. Corey Brewer fell because he got tangled up with Blake Griffin’s feet, but Chris Paul’s inside-out dribble move sent the Timberwolves forward leaning the wrong way, and eventually to the ground.

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  • spit hot fiyah

    “OK, fine. Corey Brewer fell because he got tangled up with Blake Griffin’s feet,….”

    so why put that Cp shook him then in the title?

  • Jay Cutler

    Answer: page views -> advertising dollars.

    SLAM has been whoring with misleading titles for a long long time now.

  • JRR10

    Chris Paul did in fact “shake” Brewer to the floor, only it was in that other play where he commited a border flagrant foul that the Clippers announcers said was “the best steal ever”

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  • shockexchange

    In the Shock Exchange’s opinion, this really isn’t a “pure-play” ankle-breaker. Brewer was trying to fight over the screen to his right and then quickly reverse directly. There are a lot incidences where guys are fall off-balance trying to fight over screens, not due to any crossover dribbles.

  • JibbsIsBallin

    This is the same thing they did with the Rose falling over from Cole’s crossover the opening night. Misleading title.

  • http://soundcloud.com/tray-8 T-Ray

    Clipper announcers are awful. The one older guy said “Chris Paul just ripped Brewer then hit him in the head” then the other announcer replied “well he hit him in the head after the steal right? Well then ok”. Almost borderline Stacy King status.

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