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Clippers' series with Golden State is tied, but they know playing better in Game 3 is critical

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Clippers left Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against Golden State with a record.

Regrets, too.

Sitting in folding chairs Wednesday morning at their practice facility in Playa Vista, the Clippers reviewed Monday's 31-point comeback, the largest in NBA postseason history, to stun the Warriors along with the mistakes that created such a hole in the first place.

"What we did was historic, but the reality tells a whole

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