You can be forgiven for feeling as if you don't yet know the Clippers.
Sixty-nine games into the season, amid flying fists and a sidelined superstar, the Clippers remain harder to read than a doctor's handwriting on a prescription slip.
Are they the team that won 25 of its first 34 games after Blake Griffin was sidelined, learning to play small and move the ball?
Are they the team that routinely crumbled in the final minutes of games against top teams, one memorable comeback against the Oklahoma City Thunder notwithstanding?
They certainly hope they're not the team that failed to show up last weekend. The Clippers couldn't beat...