LOS ANGELES -- The LA Clippers have blown big leads, had key players in and out of the lineup and even suffered a 51-point loss earlier this season.
But unlike during last season's postseason collapse, the Clippers say their chemistry and energy is vastly improved. Without Serge Ibaka and Lou Williams, the Clippers won a season-high fourth straight game Sunday, a 129-96 rout of the Indiana Pacers. And some veterans are crediting a new attitude.
"I feel like our energy is way better this season," forward Marcus Morris Sr.