The Los Angeles Clippers rebounded from the drubbing they took at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs in Game 3 with a 114-105 win in the Alamo City. The Clippers shot 53% from the field for the game.
The Spurs are looking to rebound tomorrow night and get another win in LA before heading back here for game 6. Winning on the road is something Popovich led Spurs teams are used to doing.
“We have won there before,” said Spurs forward Tim Duncan. “We know how to win on the road. We have some stuff we can clean up easily, so we have to do that and by ready for their best shot.”
And their best shot is what the Spurs expect the Clippers to deliver early in Game 6.
“Game 5 is big, obviously,” Duncan said, “but it’s not over until you get the fourth game.”