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2015-16 Schedule
7-7, 2nd in Pacific

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Clippers use balanced scoring to beat Nuggets (1:07)
Crawford nails half-court shot to end third quarter (0:18)
Griffin's alley-oop ... 3-pointer? (0:23)
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Jalen and Jacoby on Cam Newton, Manziel and the Clippers (69:20)
Steph Curry Paint By Numbers (0:49)

CP3 se culpa

Los Clippers han perdido tres en fila y 7 de sus últimos 9. Chris Paul piensa que es su culpa. Leer

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J.J. Redick's fantasy stock dropping

The Clippers sharpshooter has dealt with back spasms to begin this season. Other than Redicks 3-point shooting, he provides little fantasy value. ESPN fantasy expert Joe Kaiser doesnt think Redick is worth a roster spot given his recent production. Fantasy assets

Stugotz's Game Notes (3:23)
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Clippers plummet to 14th in rankings

The week featured three losses, beginning with the collapse against the Warriors. It ended with reports of some locker-room voices raised to high volume after Sunday's game. Marc Stein drops L.A. eight slots. Week 4 Power Rankings


Shouting heard from Clippers locker room

Josh Smith and a Clippers coach were a part of a loud argument that could be heard from outside the locker following L.A.'s loss to Toronto on Sunday. Said Doc Rivers: "It's [like any] locker room after you lose and play like that." Guys are upset

Raptors send Clippers to third straight loss (0:54)

DeRozan, Raptors beat Clippers 91-80

DeMar DeRozan had 21 points, DeMarre Carroll scored each of his 21 points in the first half, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Los Angeles Clippers 91-80 on Sunday.


Final: Raptors 91, Clippers 80

The Clippers tied their franchise-worst halftime deficit since moving to Los Angeles, trailing by 29 points as L.A. allowed 81 points combined by Toronto's starters. Box score

Jordan rocks the rim with Crawford's oop (0:10)
Jordan's emphatic jump-ball win leads to dunk (0:10)

Raptors tearing Clippers apart

The Clippers trailed the Raptors by 29 points at half. It's their largest halftime deficit at home since Nov. 26, 1986 against the Lakers (also 29 points). This is only the 3rd time in franchise history the Clippers have faced such a halftime deficit at home. Follow live

Raptors (8-6) at Clippers (6-6), 3:30 p.m. ET

Losers in six of their last eight since a 4-0 start, the Clippers look to avoid a third straight loss against the Raptors at Staples Center. Toronto will be without Jonas Valanciunas, who broke his hand in Friday's win over the Lakers. Valanciunas has averaged 12.7 points and a team-high 9.3 rebounds per game. Follow live

Team Stats

Points Per Game103.68th
Rebounds Per Game41.926th
Assists Per Game21.7Tied-16th
Points Allowed103.820th

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