The Clippers arrived at the Pepsi Center for their shoot-around Tuesday appearing a lot calmer than when they departed Staples Center two days earlier.
The locker-room shouting that could be heard in an adjacent interview room Sunday after the team’s third consecutive loss was replaced by calm perspective. Maybe that vocal dissatisfaction served a purpose.
“I would rather frustrations boil over than fester,” shooting guard J.J. Redick said. “In any relationship, when you don’t express your frustration, resentment can build. I’m married, so I know that.
“It’s good to air things out. I don’t know that it will be...