The Spurs dominated in Game 3, leading by as many as 37 points en route to a 100-73 victory Friday. It was the fewest points the Clippers have scored in a game this season.
At Saturday's practice, J.J. Redick said the Clippers need to play with a "sense of desperation" in Game 4.
"You never want to go down 3-1 and be facing elimination in three straight games," Redick said.
In Friday's loss,
"Obviously Kawhi was awesome and had a great game, but after that, no one had a really high-scoring game," Redick said. "They were just really balanced. They moved the ball. They made our guys work off the ball."
Redick said the Clippers need to make their Game 3 collapse a distant memory before heading into Game 4. After all, a Clippers win would even out the series.
"You don't get extra points for blowing a team out," Redick said. "It's one game. We could turn it around. We had a chance to win Game 2. These series can swing. If we can figure something out offensively, we can get some momentum in this series."