The heated exchanges that followed the Clippers' previous home defeat were replaced by the quiet of a fast-emptying locker room Wednesday night after their latest letdown.
It wasn't that there wasn't anything left to say as much as the talking points had already become a tired refrain.
Their struggles alternate between offense and defense. Their starters and reserves never play well on the same night. They can't finish games. They're getting killed in rebounding. Their effort is lagging. They have to find a way to get better.
The only new development was guard Jamal Crawford's proposed approach to fixing the team's problems.
"I may do a Q&A with our fans...