Updated: January 3, 2002, 12:21 PM ETBy Chad Ford | ESPN Insider
Editor's note: ESPN Insider delivers the premier editorial content in the game. Insider brings you tomorrow's news today, with inside information, cutting edge analysis and the most comprehensive daily link service on the net. Following is the first few paragraphs of an ESPN Insider article from Thursday. To find out how to access this information 24x7 as a subscriber, Click here. It was New Year's Day, the Blazers were on a four-game losing streak and had just flown into town to take on the Clippers. In years past, the Clippers were a good bet to be the cure for just about anything that ailed a losing team. This year is different, but the Clippers themselves aren't without their woes. One Blazers employee walked up to Clippers coach Alvin Gentry, slapped him on the shoulder and asked him how he was doing. "Just trying to keep up with all of these immature kids," Gentry lamented.
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