Surging Clippers believe they’re closing the season better than they started it — which is saying something

LOS ANGELES – Through the dark days of injuries and lapses in effort, focus and trust, the Clippers had the opening weeks of the season to point to as the standard they knew they could achieve. In the first month of the season, the Clippers were 14-2. They beat some of the best teams in the league.
Until recently, thanks in part to injuries to Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, they looked nothing like that group. With free agency looming for not only those stars, but also much of the supporting roster, the Clippers seemingly had little to cling to for

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