So many bad things have happened to the Clippers that there are starting to be some redundancies.
They learned that reserve guard Austin Rivers had broken his hand, at a time when All-Star power forward Blake Griffin was already sidelined by a similar injury.
A day after receiving this latest bad news, the franchise did what has come naturally in recent years. The Clippers pushed on amid the hardship, a 100-93 victory over the Miami Heat on Sunday at AmericanAirlines Arena the latest sign they won't be deterred by another player going down.
"We told them [Saturday], whatever happens, we come to win, that's the only thing we have to think about," Coach Doc...