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Clippers' Lou Williams could have a record-setting night at NBA Awards

LOS ANGELES - Zero-degree temperatures and Friday rush-hour traffic kept the last bus carrying Los Angeles Clippers players and coaches from arriving at Chicago's United Center until less than 35 minutes remained before tip-off on Jan. 25.

Any player would have been expected to come out cold, given the lack of a warmup, and Lou Williams, who was among those on the last bus, was no exception. The Clippers' sensational sixth man missed his first three shots.

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