There was much more to boo about the
1. Fans let DeAndre Jordan hear it, as expected: Jordan stepped to the free-throw line and was booed ... in pregame warm-ups, a sign this game was going to be a little different. Jordan also was jeered when he was the first player introduced, and then throughout the game, with several fans holding up signs mocking him. Jordan didn’t have a great game, finishing with 11 rebounds, nine points and one block. Dallas Coach
2. That’s two bad losses in three games for the Clippers: Forward Blake Griffin may have raised the first red flag of the season when he said that “some of us just have to have a sense of urgency,” never a good sign when the season isn’t even 10 games old. The Clippers lost to Houston while the
3. Starting halves was a problem for the Clippers: The Mavericks outscored them, 12-5, to start the game and 25-11 to start the third quarter, putting the Clippers in continual comeback mode. Paul took the blame for the Clippers' slow start in the third quarter. "That's on me," Paul said. "They went to the post on maybe four or five possessions and I gave up buckets. We never really recovered."
4. The Clippers’ first and second units still haven’t put together a complete game: It was the reserves’ turn to shine Wednesday, with three players scoring in double figures and