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healthy and a confident Clippers team would crush the 76ers on the
offensive end. The 76ers are a poor defensive team in defending
P&R's, spot up and transition plays and on these 3 areas while
pushing the pace in every opportunity and the Clippers are a great
offensive team in all these areas. However, the Clippers are banged
up especially on the perimeter and obviously their outside shooting
has been inconsistent and erratic lately. In 3 of their last 4
games, they shot 4-15, 4-19 and 7-35 behind the arc - a truly awful
15-69 mark (21.7 %!). Their best game was @MEM but still they only
played sharp offensive basketball in the second half.
76ers lost their last game against the Nuggets at home where they
ran out of gas in the second half, something normal considering
they were playing @b2b and they really don't have a lot of depth.
Like the Clippers, they are struggling mightily to shoot from the
outside, 27-95 (28.4%) 3pts L4 games but at least they are
attacking the rim with no mercy: L4 games their vol% of shots at
the rim were incredible - 41, 33, 47 and 47%! The good news for
them is that LAC isn't a good team protecting the rim, they are
allowing 65% FG and without any real good backups I don't expect
that to change dramatically so the 76ers have a good spot to score
easy points down low.