Clippers See Plenty of Room for Improvement
The Clippers are 6-4 since the All-Star break — not bad, but not up to their expectations.
They recognize that there has been some slippage in their play, offensively and defensively.
But the Clippers also say there is time to get their groove back, to become a better team than they have shown in recent games.
“I’ve been on a team that was a two-seed going into the playoffs and I’ve been on a team that’s a seven-seed,” Paul said. “Then, when you get into the playoffs, sometimes you have the ability to be on a team where it doesn’t matter what seed you are. You’ve just got to make sure you’re playing the right way.”