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C's welcome the Clippers

C's look to start a new home winning streak, at they welcome the red hot Clippers. 

 1st Q 🏀

JT should be able to dominate whoever guards him tonight. The way Harden flops and draws fouls is gross. This Clippers team flops quite a bit. C's better attack them! Tatum has been very efficient attacking the cup tonight. C's offense is very cold so far, I'm getting worried. C's will have to abandon the three because they aren't falling tonight. Get to the cup and win by dominating in the paint. Kornet is doing it on both ends tonight! Blocking shots and dunking the rock! Not loving what I'm seeing tonight as the C's trail after one. 

2nd Q 🏀🏀

C's need to bring the energy in the second. When the C's move the ball good things happen. Tonight is giving me bad vibes, given how poorly the shooting is. I was hoping for a better game and so far it sucks. The craptastic start is continuing as the C's deficit grows. You wait all day to watch this team and they are laying an egg. Very perplexed with how slow a start it's been. This game sucks!

3rd Q 🏀🏀🏀

Two quarters left to make a comeback. They need to cut this lead in half at least. This group sucks right now, how do you go from what you did against the Heat to what garbage we are watching vs the Clippers? What could have been a great Saturday night game has turned into a dumpster fire of a game. This is unwatchable to be honest. I feel bad for the fans who payed for their over priced tickets to watch this crap. C's are underachieving and trail by a lot. 

4th Q 🏀🏀🏀🏀

Nothing to say but I'm absolutely disappointed and disgusted by tonight's game. This was a dud from the start... C's lose and I'm about to lose my dinner... 


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