Fixes Clips, Grizz must make
Both Memphis and LA have to change some things in Game 2
All of the Game 1s are now in the books, and for many fans (and some players), it seems like their series will be over quickly. However, no matter how lopsided a victory, both winning and losing coaching staffs are immediately breaking down film of what happened and making adjustments accordingly.
It is this chess match that makes playoff basketball so different from the regular season. Because teams have more time on their hands and only one opponent in their crosshairs, they can adjust and anticipate adjustments and readjust again in an endless ballroom dance of X's and O's.
Here are some adjustments we might see from the Clippers and Grizzlies, both Game 1 losers in their respective series.
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