Clippers end standout season with abrupt loss
LOS ANGELES -- Chris Paul and Blake Griffin regarded each other with weary disbelief in the locker room in Memphis after the Los Angeles Clippers' fourth straight playoff loss.
"I can't believe it's over," Paul said to his power forward.
After a regular season unlike anything in the Clippers' mostly miserable history, everything ended with a decidedly Clipper-like first-round playoff flop. Their club-record 56 wins and first Pacific Division championship meant little against the rugged ...
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