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Clippers get mad at themselves, then get good and get even with Spurs
Clippers get mad at themselves, then get good and get even with Spurs

They were widely dismissed as the same old Clippers, too mentally fragile to fight back from consecutive losses in the playoffs against a supposedly deeper, savvier team. Their shortcomings were spelled out in painful detail for each of them to see during a 2 1/2-hour film session in a hotel ballroom on the eve of a must-win game against the defending NBA champions. "Doc pretty much went at all of us," Clippers point guard Chris Paul said, referring to Coach Doc Rivers. Rivers was still talking about his players Sunday afternoon, only the substance of his words had flipped 180 degrees after the Clippers out-toughed the San Antonio Spurs during a 114-105 victory at the AT&T...

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