A six-game homestand was supposed to be the time for the Clippers to pad their record after a mediocre start to the season. The first game of that stretch didn't go as planned, with the Clippers losing to the Utah Jazz, 102-91, on Wednesday night.
After opening the season 4-0, the Clippers haven't won consecutive games since.
The score was tied at halftime, then the Jazz pulled ahead by nine points in the third quarter and went on to push that advantage to as many as 17 points in the fourth.
Blake Griffin and Chris Paul were the only Clippers who scored in double figures, after a night when each of the starters scored at least 10 points in the team's...