The Los Angeles Clippers are on the midst of a six-game winning streak, after defeating the Thunder on Friday night. The Clippers are rolling now, having an 18.6 points differential in those six games.
However, Ty Lue’s players are not getting too excited, yet. “This is nothing to be excited about,” Marcus Morris said, per Farbod Esnaashari of Sports Illustrated.
“We’re gonna lose some games,” Morris continued. “The biggest thing is to not get too high or too low.” Morris is a vital part of the Clippers’ rotation this season.
He is averaging 10.8 points off the bench providing a spark for the second-unit. He is shooting on a 47.9% from the three-point range while adding 3.6 rebounds and one assists in 24 minutes per game.
The Clippers are set to face the Oklahoma City Thunder again on Sunday having a chance to extend their winning streak and remain at the top of the Western Conference.