The Clippers are in a state of disrepair, falling and unable to find answers for what has flummoxed them, a 129-114 defeat by the Denver Nuggets on Thursday night yet another contest that left them confounded afterward.
Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan were both back home in Los Angeles, resting, but what has ailed these Clippers has been an issue even when those two have played.
Since the end of the All-Star break last month, the Clippers have lost eight of 13 games. They have lost three consecutive games.
“I don’t know what to expect from this team anymore,” J.J. Redick said after scoring 22 points at the Pepsi Center. “It’s just — we’re in a bad place right now....