En masse, the Clippers were simply awful Sunday night. En masse, the Clippers were uninspired to play basketball. En masse, the Clippers didn’t play with the “spirit” they always talk about.
So the onus for the Clippers’ 91-70 inexplicable defeat to an Indiana Pacers team dealing with injuries has to be owned by the entire LA group.
That’s two consecutive losses for the Clippers on this six-game trip that still has three games left. Two straight losses that were blowouts. Two losses in a row during which they never looked energized to play.
They scored a season-low in points at Bakers Life Fieldhouse. They had never scored fewer than 80 points since Doc Rivers took...