Their practice facility.
Since Dec. 5, the date they held what they consider to be their last real practice, the Clippers have played games at least every other day. That exhausting stretch hasn't given them a chance to work on much.
So on Friday, their first chance to really hone in on their issues, it wasn't suprising that
"I think offense too," he said. "I think we've got to work on the whole game. I think we've slipped in a lot of areas in our execution. The word would be execution, and you could throw defense in."
The Clippers have won three of their last four games and are in sixth place in the Western Conference, 4 1/2 games behind the first-place
Over the past month, Rivers chose to cancel practices instead of resting his star players during games. He said he consults the players to a certain extent before he makes such decisions.
"I try to use what I hear from them and use my own judgment," Rivers said. "It's one of those things you get wrong half of the time and get right half of the time, and you just live with it."