Welcome back, Clippers.
It had to feel good to see those early-season Clippers return, the ones who played unyielding defense, who came with the right approach to the game.
And it had to feel extra special for the Clippers to break their three-game losing streak with a rousing 113-94 victory over the defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday night at Quicken Loans Arena.
Now, a six-game trip that was turning into a nightmare because of losses at Detroit, Indiana and Brooklyn could end with a 3-3 record if L.A. wins Friday night at New Orleans in the final game of this adventure.
This was more like the Clippers who started the season 14-2, the team...