1) The Clippers' defense did not look too good
The Clippers allowed the Cavaliers to score 126 points and lead by as many as 10 points, their biggest advantage of the game, in the fourth quarter.
"Once Kyrie and LeBron got it going at the same time, we've got to have a better answer," he said.
The Clippers made history Friday night when Austin Rivers took the court, making him the first
"[It was his] first game and [he] hasn't played in a week," Doc Rivers said.
3) The Clippers are in no rush to acquire another player
In part of the deal to get Austin Rivers, the Clippers traded
"No rush," he said. "I keep saying it, I like our team. I like where we're headed."
4) The starters played heavy minutes
Doc Rivers was forced to play his starters heavy minutes for the second game in a row because the team has a very short bench right now. Rivers sat out Douglas-Roberts, Bullock and Farmar in Wednesday's win over Portland in anticipation of their departures, meaning the starters had to pick up the slack. Then on Friday,
"I dont like it and that'll change," he said.
5) The Clippers brace for back-to-back games
After losing to the Cavs, the Clippers will play the