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Los Angeles Clippers’ star Paul George expressed concerns about the team’s lack of identity following a disappointing loss to the Atlanta Hawks.

Despite standout performances from George (26 points) and Kawhi Leonard (28 points), the Clippers couldn’t fend off the Hawks’ relentless offensive attack in their 110-93 defeat.

James Harden’s return to the lineup didn’t provide the spark the Clippers needed, as they struggled to find their footing throughout the game.

After the loss, George voiced his frustration, stating, “We want to be a team that’s consistent and we want to establish an identity… Right now, I don’t think we have an identity.”

With the Western Conference standings tightening, the Clippers face mounting pressure to solidify their place among the top contenders.

The defeat leaves the Clippers in fourth place in the West, trailing behind the third-seeded Minnesota Timberwolves (46-21).