Jamal Crawford/Photo courtesy of Los Angeles Clippers
The Clippers on Sunday talked about the tough film session they had the day after they lost 96-88 at Moda Center on Saturday in Portland in their first-round playoff series with the Trail Blazers.
Blake Griffin said, “It was a pretty awful film session.” Chris Paul referred to it as “very emotional.”
But they both agreed it was a good thing, at the end of the day. Jamal Crawford concurred at the morning shootaround ahead of Game 4 on Monday night at Moda Center.
“You have to see and hear the truth,” Crawford said. “The camera doesn’t lie, obviously. You have to see the truth.”
Is it tough to take?
“At times,” he said. “But, I mean, it’s the truth, so it’s better for us. As a competitor, you’re line, ‘Dang.’ But it’s much better for us to watch it.”
The Clippers, who lead the series 2-1, led 85-81 with 3:52 to play Saturday before being outscored 15-3.