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1. Memphis has become an even worse matchup for the Clippers. The Grizzlies are playing at a faster pace than in recent years, diversifying their attack and giving them multiple options in addition to the grit-and-grind duo of
2. The Clippers must learn to play through tough stretches better. The "trust" word started getting thrown around again after the Clippers got out of rhythm on offense and started relying on more individual moves than running their plays. "We just didn't do what we needed to do," said forward Blake Griffin, who needed 17 shots to score 12 points. "Very early on I thought we moved the ball real well and then it got stuck a little bit and then we started not trusting again."
3. DeAndre Jordan played one of his worst games as a Clipper. Foul trouble or not, there’s no way the center should get only two points and three rebounds in 20 minutes. He missed a dunk off an alley-oop lob from