After four of his starters played more than 40 minutes each Wednesday night against the two-time defending champion
"No practice tomorrow," Rivers said after Wednesday night's game, smiling.
Then Rivers talked about why he played Crawford, Griffin, Jordan and Barnes so many minutes.
"That's trying to win a game," Rivers said. "You can do that every once in a while. You can't do it every night."
Considering that the Clippers have played 12 games in 20 days in 10 different cities, it seems to have made sense for Rivers to cancel practice for his weary team.