The Clippers were being lulled into the kind of game they didn't want to play, something that can easily happen while facing the Memphis Grizzzzzzlies.
The tempo was slow, passes rarely found their targets and a record for fan boredom seemed within reach.
Then the final minute evolved into a delightful blur Monday night at Staples Center, Chris Paul and J.J. Redick making an otherwise tedious night worthwhile for the Clippers.
Paul drove into the paint and zipped a pass to Redick for the go-ahead three-pointer with 55 seconds left during the Clippers' eventual 94-92 victory over the Grizzlies that ended their two-game losing streak.
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said...