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The Clippers lost for the fourth time in a row as they fell against the Warriors without Steph Curry (91-115).

Los Angeles is 4-6 in their last ten games and has fallen into the play-in zone. With 33 wins and 32 losses the teams is seventh in the Western Conference.

Paul George, who finished the game against the Dubs with 11 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, called for the Clippers to be locked in.

Via Ohm Youngmisuk of ESPN:

“We gotta just dial in, continue to dial in,” said Paul George, who shot 3-for-15 and had 11 points, five assists and five rebounds. “All these teams we [are] playing, especially in this stretch right here, [are] playoff teams. That’s how we gotta approach this — be locked in as if these are playoff games to help get into that mindset. Because we need these games right now. These are games that we can [not] allow ourselves to slip, and these [are] the games you shoot yourself in the foot when it comes to the end of the season, and we look at where we’re at and we’re not happy with where we’re at. So we gotta have some desperation going into these games.”