Haircuts collide with the moving team of Wolves, which presents a great opportunity to win a statement.
Clippers-Timberwolves is not like a marquise game. In fact, this particular competition seems to be even further.
The game will take place at 12:30 p.m. PST, especially for weekend games played in a city like Los Angeles. The quality of basketball is known to be slow, with a poor start and poor defense, and is plentiful. In addition, the Clippers have no rivalry or history with the Timberwolves. There is nothing special in this game.
However, the lack of obvious importance is what makes this test interesting for the Clippers. While the Clips had spectacular wins throughout the season, from their first night victory over the Lakers to their return against the Celtics to recent victories in Dallas and Miami, they fought with small teams.
Minnesota, which ranks 14th in the West and has 10 depressing defeats in a row, is certainly considered a minor resident. Clippers lost to the Bulls, Kings, and Hawks, and they had many other narrow shoots over other lottery squads. This contest is not reliable.
This, of course, is a problem. The problem with the clipper this year outside some areas with high revs or defensive failures was not in execution but in efforts.
They simply did not oppose the worst teams, hoping that these teams would tip over or succeed in games only for the sake of pure talent.
Although the Clippers managed to win such victories, this is not a good habit, and it cost them several times. Each game is important for the classification of the playoffs, and Clippers can calculate some of these losses in the postseason.
Even worse, many of the worst clipper performances in recent months have returned home. After the start of the year, looking dominant on the Staples, with a brilliant record of 14-1 in the friendly borders of Los Angeles, since then Clips have remained only 5-4 at home.