After three losses in a row, five in the last six games and a first half in which they were outscored by 29 points, the frustration finally boiled over for the Clippers on Sunday.
Following a 91-80 loss to the Toronto Raptors that dropped the Clippers below .500 for just the second time in Doc Rivers' three seasons as coach, players could be heard screaming at one another in the locker room.
Just who yelled at whom and about what, no one would say.
"That's for us in our locker room," point guard Chris Paul said.
What's obvious, though, is that when the shouting finished, the Clippers were right back where they had been when it started: in a deep funk...