Paul George Believes Clippers Have Left Behind Identity Crisis in James Harden-era

Published 11/21/2023, 12:03 AM EST

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The Los Angeles Clippers were up against the San Antonio Spurs tonight. The Clippers led the score by 124-99, creating a two-game winning streak. This game holds even more significance for the team, as the team has been picking up its pace after breaking its six-game losing streak on Friday against the Houston Rockets.

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Do you think things might start lining up for James Harden, as he seems to be on a mission to move past his tumultuous relationship with the Philadelphia 76ers?

Paul George & the Clippers’ bounce back

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The Clippers were on the receiving end of the backlash when every fan was condemning the move to trade in James Harden. While the entire team was occupied with devising ways to answer the questions, Paul George seemed to maintain his calm and planned to make the ‘naysayers’ spellbound once he set foot on the court. In a post-game interview, Paul George, who scored 28 points, 5 rebounds, and 6 assists, ensured that he sent a message about how the franchise has finally found its momentum.

PG13 said,We expect to win coming into games now. I think we have gone through the rough patch of how to play, what it looks like, and we’ve found success in who we are.” This statement holds great significance since there was speculation about whether the franchise could bounce back after the massive trade or not. Getting back to contender status, the No. 11 seed in the Western Conference might be able to sustain the winning streak now.

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The Spurs are indeed going through a rough patch after recording their ninth consecutive loss tonight. What’s even better of an achievement for the Clippers is that the franchise didn’t let Victor Wembanyama get past the score of nine points and three rebounds. With James Harden playing a selfless game tonight, dishing out 10 assists, the team does seem to be back on track as the season proceeds.

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Tonight’s score recorded the second-worst loss of the season for the Spurs, after the loss on October 29th, 83-123. On the other hand, leading the game by a significant lead in all four quarters, the Clippers do seem to have regained their spirit.

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The Clippers are up against the Spurs again on the 22nd of November. Do you think there’s a chance for another win? Let us know in the comment section.

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