No change here
First, Chris Paul admitted the Clippers’ 116-90 home loss to San Antonio was humbling, but merely a blip in a long season.
But it hasn’t changed his opinion that the Clippers remain a championship-caliber team no matter who stands in the way.
“Let me tell you right now, if I didn’t feel like it was, I wouldn’t be playing,” Paul said. “I don’t play just for fun, we’re playing to win a championship.
“We have the defensive capability. We have the scorers. We have the big shot makers. We have what it takes, now we just have to put it together.”