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Up next for the Clippers: Monday vs. Warriors

The Clippers have greatly improved their rebounding, besting their opponents, 295-221, in their last six games. The Warriors have lost nine times this season in games decided in the last 90 seconds.

February 19, 2012|By Broderick Turner
  • When center DeAndre Jordan and the Clippers take on the Warriors, trying to contain high-scoring guard Monta Ellis is a challenge.
When center DeAndre Jordan and the Clippers take on the Warriors, trying… (Alex Gallardo / Associated…)

When: 7:30.

Where: Oracle Arena.

On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio 980.

Records: Clippers 19-10. Warriors 11-17.

Update: Rebounding once was a problem for the Clippers, but no longer. In their last six games, they have outrebounded their opponents, 295-221. During that span, the Clippers have averaged 49.1 rebounds to the opponent's 36.8. In three of those six games, the Clippers had 50-plus rebounds. The Warriors have lost nine times this season in games decided in the last 90 seconds. They have a high-scoring backcourt — guard Monta Ellis averages 22 points per game and point guard Stephen Curry averages 17.2.

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