What's next for the Clippers?
Tough decisions loom for the long-term future of Los Angeles
With Blake Griffin suffering a high ankle sprain, the Los Angeles Clippers became the latest team to catch the injury bug in a 2013 playoffs that will be remembered more for who didn't play than who did. Despite owning a 2-0 lead in the series, the Clippers were not able to finish the job, falling in six games to the Memphis Grizzlies.
Once again, the ever-entertaining Clippers managed to give us a season full of highlights, including a 17-game win streak that would be more remembered if the Miami Heat hadn't bested it by 10 games a few months later. Here is a look at the Clippers' season and what their future holds.
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