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The Daily Clipper - Nine and Counting Edition

The Clippers win their ninth straight game tonight against the Pacers, despite the inconsistency of the bench. Check out the latest Clipper for more news stories from around the web.

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Exploring the Los Angeles Clippers' Regular-Season Ceiling | Bleacher Report
The Clippers are living out the expectations everyone set for them before the season had even begun.

Notebook: Bench Inconsistency, Player Activism, More | Los Angeles Clippers
"We’re just inconsistent," said head coach Doc Rivers. "One night, they play great. If you look at some of our wins, they’ve come in and extended the lead. Honestly, I don’t know the answer, and that’s my job, and I told our coaches that. I walked in, I was upset, because I feel like it’s got to be something I’m doing. So I’ve got to figure it out."

Clippers win ninth in a row, beating the Indiana Pacers, 103-96 - LA Times
Jamal Crawford finished with 18 points on seven-for-12 shooting Wednesday. Chris Paul had 17 points and 15 assists. Blake Griffin had 17 points and 10 rebounds. J.J. Redick had 16 points on seven-for-11 shooting. DeAndre Jordan had 19 rebounds, three blocked shots and 12 points.

Final: Clippers 103, Pacers 96 - The Orange County Register
The Clippers starters twice built double-digit leads, and twice the Pacers found their way back into the game against the second unit.

Five-Star Review: Clippers keep rolling with ninth straight win -
The Clippers are streaking. The Hawks are streaking. The Wizards are tricking the Magic. And we rate all of the action from Wednesday night.