Lesson learned for Clippers

On Saturday, the Clippers built a 20-point first-half lead but found themselves having to battle back from a five-point deficit in the final three minutes before beating Sacramento, 103-102. Sunday, it was a runaway.
“Our defense was pretty good today,” Chris Paul said. “We held them to 39 percent shooting, we ran them off the 3-point line as much as possible but the other thing was we ran, we got out in transition.”
And the memory of the previous day lingered, Jamal Crawford added.
“When you have the opportunity to play the very next night, it’s fresh in your mind,” he said. “So you can work on things you did wrong yesterday.”

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