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Ty Lue reveals how Clippers can end skid

Los Angeles has lost four of its last six games.



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The Los Angeles Clippers are in the midst of a skid as they have lost four of their last six games. This is not a good time to start playing poorly as the regular season is about to end. The Clippers have just 11 games remaining in the regular season, and then the playoffs will be here. Los Angeles is going to make the playoffs, but they want to go into the postseason playing well. They need to fix this cold streak soon.

Most recently, the Clippers fell at home against the Indiana Pacers, 133-116. That was the second loss in a row for Los Angeles, and their only two wins in their last six games came against the struggling Portland Trailblazers. The Clippers aren’t playing well right now, and head coach Ty Lue knows what the team has to do better to break out of this slump.

“The only way we’re gonna get out of it is playing hard for 48 minutes, doing things right every single night, every single possession,” Ty Lue said after the loss, according to an article from CBS Sports. “Not two out of five, not two out of six. Every time, just do the right thing, and you’ll be able to get out of this rut.”

The Clippers are currently in fourth place in the Western Conference, but a lot can change in 11 games, especially if Los Angeles continues to struggle. They are only 2.5 games ahead of the seventh place team, so if the Clippers don’t pick things up, they could slide all the way down into the play-in tournament.

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