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CLIPPERS DEFEAT WARRIORS ON CHRISTMAS DAY

Jamal Crawford had 24 points, Chris Paul had 22 and the Clippers overcame a poor first half shooting performance to defeat the Warriors 100-86. Wow, that was ugly,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “Neither team shot the ball well. It really came down to mental toughness — having the ability to hang in there. And we did that. It’s nice winning games when you don’t play great. In the first half, we had shots that I would take all day. They just didn’t go in.” The Clippers shot only 17% in the opening frame but overcame that to win on Christmas Day. “We’re not invincible,” Warriors point guardStephen Curry said. “We have to play the way we’re supposed to play — at our highest level — in order to win games. It you don’t, you’re susceptible to getting beat. But we’re a good team. These last two games haven’t shown our full potential, but it’s important not to overreact to losing two games in a row.”

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