DeAndre Jordan stood with his back near the wall at the Clippers’ practice facility Tuesday and ran his hand through his disheveled hair, several of his normally stylish dreadlocks a mess, pointing in different directions.
“It’s a struggle right now,” Jordan said, smiling. “My hair is a representation of the struggle we’ve had.”
The Clippers have simply struggled in general since the All-Star break.
They have struggled to close out games that appeared winnable. They have struggled to execute when the games reached the critical stages. They have struggled to play defense when it has mattered the most. They have struggled to be consistent at a time of...