The Los Angeles Clippers had a rough time in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs. While they did go the full seven games with the Utah Jazz, they were more or less doomed after losing Blake Griffin and ultimately lost Game 7 at home

During this depressing contest, Clips point guard Chris Paul seemed to grow increasingly frustrated as the Jazz lead continued to swell.

It culminated in a little loose-ball tussle with Jazz forward Joe Ingles late in the game.

On the bright side, it coulda been worse.

Damn, and that didn't even happen on Route 66. With Paul Revere & the Raiders at the wheel, yet.

As usual, click on over to The Daily Player for more details.

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