Los Angeles Clippers-Memphis Grizzlies: Understatements Abound

November 19th, 2009 by Jose Salviati Leave a reply »
"We're a better team than we're showing right now." - Sebastian Telfair

"Today we just were not on the same page defensively." - Marcus Camby

"We're not unified. We're not all on the same page." - Baron Davis

"That's been our lack of success, on the defense end, rebounding the basketball and careless turnovers at times." - Camby

At least we know the Clippers aren't blind to their problems. 

The road trip that started with so much promise after a win in Oklahoma City ended with a loud thud.  Great teams look to win more than they lose on the road.  Good teams are satisfied with a .500 record away from home.  Bad teams get thumped.  I'll let you put the pieces of that puzzle together to see where the Clippers fit.

The Dunleavy watch is now officially underway.  Once the first coach drops (Byron Scott) every other coach in the league with a losing record is on notice.  Not that its at all fair. 

Eric Gordon has lost time, Kareem Rush is out for the year, Marcus Camby suffered a lower back injury and played sparingly today.  Factor in that Blake Griffin is still about a month away and the Clips 4-9 record see ...

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