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Oklahoma City's offense improves, while Clippers' defense struggles
Oklahoma City's offense improves, while Clippers' defense struggles

The Clippers opened their second-round playoff series against the Oklahoma City Thunder well, taking a 122-105 road victory. Since that win, the Clippers have lost two consecutive games, struggling primarily on the defensive end against the high-powered Thunder offense. While the Clippers are one of the regular season's top scoring teams, they're finding it a true challenge to outgun Oklahoma City. In the Clippers' lone win they held the Thunder to 45.9% shooting from the field while forcing 18 turnovers. Oklahoma City improved to 112 points in a Game 2 victory, on 50.6% shooting, despite 16 turnovers while holding the Clippers to 101 points. The defensive trend...

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