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LOS ANGELES -- While Derrick Rose headed home to Chicago for knee surgery, the Bulls began life without their superstar guard again. The Los Angeles Clippers showed them just how ugly that life could be. Jared Dudley scored a season-high 21 points, Chris Paul added 16 points and 17 assists, and the Clippers jumped all over the Bulls in Roses absence for a 121-82 victory Sunday. J.J. Redick scored 19 points and Blake Griffin had 15 points and 12 rebounds in the Pacific Division-leading Clippers seventh win in nine games. This was no ordinary blowout, either: The Clippers 39-point margin of victory was the largest in franchise history. The Clippers figured Roses latest injury was weighing on the Bulls minds. Los Angeles led for all but the first two minutes, and even the reserves surged ahead by 42 points in the fourth quarter. "We jumped on them so quickly that I thought it had to have had a mental effect," Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. "You dont lose a D. Rose. ... We came out and played unbelievable, and I just thought the mental part of that had to be difficult. Very few teams could have fought through that." Luol Deng scored 22 points as the Bulls flopped in their first game since Rose tore cartilage in his right knee Friday night in Portland. Carlos Boozer and Mike Dunleavy scored 14 points apiece, but the Bulls couldnt keep up defensively with the Clippers -- and the Chicago reserves fell apart while getting outscored 25-9 in the fourth quarter. "Its tough for all of us with Derrick being out like this," said Joakim Noah, who had eight points. "Were just hoping for the best with him, and see how it goes. Derrick is a big part of this team. I know how hard he rehabbed this whole time to be on the court." Kirk Hinrich had nine points and seven assists while starting in place of Rose, who missed last season after tearing a ligament in his left knee. Rose played in just 10 games before getting hurt again, but the Bulls are hoping he wont be out as long this time. "Weve done it before," Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau said, noting Rose has missed much of the past two seasons since his 2011 MVP campaign. "This is year No. 3 now, so weve got experience doing it," he added. "But weve got to get the fight. Thats the first part of it -- the determination, the fight and the will. The core of the team in there is the same core we had last year." While Chicago foundered, Los Angeles finished strong in a stretch of four games in five days, surpassing a pair of 37-point wins by the Buffalo Braves during the late 1970s for the biggest margin of victory in franchise history. The Clippers played back-to-back afternoon home games this weekend, an occasional hazard of sharing a building with the Lakers and the NHLs Kings. But a day after blowing a 20-point lead in a victory over Sacramento, the Clippers showed little fatigue from their packed schedule -- and the starters got the fourth quarter off as a reward. "Its the best game this season, we got the opportunity to sit all quarter," Paul said. "Thats huge for our team. This was our fourth game in five nights. We could have come in with a lot of excuses, but we did what we were supposed to do." Los Angeles got out to an early double-digit lead with sharp perimeter shooting from Redick and Dudley, who combined for 29 points in the first half. The Clippers got remarkable performances from the two new additions to their starting lineup, with Dudley and Redick combining to make 16 of their 21 shots. Dudley had the most impressive game of his first season with the Clippers, hitting four 3-pointers while passing his previous season high for points shortly after halftime. Redick was similarly sharp, providing the consistent perimeter scoring Los Angeles sought with his arrival. "When theyre hitting shots like that, man ... " Griffin said. "Even when theyre not, the pressure they put on a defence is great. That contributes to the whole offence." Antawn Jamison finally made his Clippers debut in their 15th game, hitting a 3-pointer in the third quarter for his first basket of his 16th NBA season. Jamison, who moved down the hallway from the Lakers in the off-season, finished with 11 points in 17 minutes. NOTES: The Clippers surpassed their 33-point victory over the Bulls on Feb. 17, 1981, back when the club played in San Diego. ... Chicago has lost three straight to the Clippers. ... Marquis Teague, designated by Thibodeau as Hinrichs new backup, went scoreless with one assist in 20 minutes. ... DeAndre Jordan didnt attempt a shot until Paul found him with a half-court lob for a dramatic dunk with 3:41 left in the third quarter. 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Kenny Miller scored from the penalty spot and Camilo Sanvezzo came off the bench to add two late goals as the Whitecaps kept their playoff hopes alive with a 3-0 victory over the sagging Impact on Saturday afternoon.About an hour or so after the final whistle of last Sundays Manchester derby and as the talk shows debated Manchester Uniteds worst start to a league campaign in almost three decades - away from the huge police and security presence in and around the Etihad, a mass brawl broke out involving approximately a hundred supporters of the blue and red half of Manchester. No surprise the backdrop was a pub. According to reports, it was those claiming allegiance to Manchester United who took it upon themselves post-match to confront City supporters as they savoured yet another derby victory at one of their favourite match day watering holes. The running battle up and down the street involved chairs, sticks and flares. Those not taking part formed a disorderly queue in the garden outside the pub encouraging those who felt compelled to take part in the street battle. It was 4:30pm on a Sunday afternoon. As the battle grew more intense and savage - from those who had ringside seats the very audible familiar sounds of grunts, groans and chants one would normally associate with a crowd as a match was in progress could clearly be heard and seen on video shot from a mobile phone. Not too sure Sheik Mansour bought into Manchester City to witness one such, very dishevelled looking fellow, with a half empty pint of beer in hand repeatedly and obsessively barked out, Come On City. He seemed to be pleading for his team to get back into the contest (There goes my thinking Manchester City had won the match). Quite frightening was the fact the person in question looked more middle aged than he did resemble teenage rampage. Then all we have to do is remember that when he actually was a teenager the so termed English Disease had reached saturation point during the early to mid-1980s. Like father, like son I would not be shocked to learn his very own child was taking part. Although not widely reported in the media in recent years incidents of hooliganism occurring well away from football grounds and preying eyes of police forces has crept back into all levels of football in the nation that gave birth to the worlds game. Commenting on the incident, Manchesters Police Commissioner referred to it as, the face of football past. Up and down the country police forces have the latest mod cons and technology at their disposal to identify and round up the ring leaders and trouble makers after the violence has occurred. Greatter Manchester Police were only made aware of Sundays incident after they were contacted by a local newspaper which had been provided with that mobile phone footage.dddddddddddd When they did arrive on the scene, the mob which had bought shame on their clubs and their city had long gone. The only person in the vicinity was a man lying in the street suffering from severe head injuries and a broken nose. Back to that like father, like son reference, the person in question was identified as 48-years of age. Unsurprisingly, he refused the police offer of calling an ambulance. His reason likely down to the fact he didnt much feel like, helping the police with their enquiries. To date, five arrests have been made but no one as yet charged with any criminal offence. As all this was occurring, thousands of miles away DC United supporters were making their way to Harrison, New Jersey to take in the first leg of last Sunday afternoons Eastern Conference Semi-final against the Red Bulls. The league estimated their number to be 350 with the preferred mode of transport a four hour journey by road. Going through the security and bag check process prior to entering Red Bull Arena, the DC United supporters were advised of what, and what they couldnt bring inside the stadium. Three of their numbers must have had smiles as wide as the New Jersey Turnpike as they made their way through the crowd to take their allocated seats in the upper tier. Once there they unfurled a banner advising Red Bull supporters of what phone number to call for ordering their 2015 season tickets. Problem was the crest displayed was that of New York City FC whilst the banner also referenced title sponsor, Etihad. Although midway through the first half Red Bull Arena security instructed the rather cheeky chaps from DC to take down their banner their point had been most effectively made. Images appeared on social media platforms and with it legendary status affirmed. Football banter as good as anything you will have heard or seen at any Barclays Premier League stadium this season was now in full effect for a league and its supporters that have been derided and mocked for years. As English football wrestles and agonizes over the reappearance of the face of football past, the beautiful games new frontier is slowly but surely building its own unique culture and identity. @TheSoccerNoel on Twitter China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '

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