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Los Angeles Clippers top five stories of the week

A streak ended, a new streak began, Crawford started feeling better and Griffin called out the home fans during a busy week for the Clippers.

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The Clippers' underachieving bench could receive a big boost next week as defending Sixth Man of the Year Jamal Crawford eyes a return to the court after missing over a month with an injured calf.

The Clippers took a seven game winning streak into a home game against the best team in the NBA, the Golden State Warriors, but could not hold on to a 17 point lead and lost 110-106.

In another big game, the road team again came back from a big hole, but this time it was the Clippers erasing a 19 point deficit to to beat the Trail Blazers in Portland behind Chris Paul's huge 41 point, 17 assist night.

After that home loss to the Warriors, Blake Griffin called out L.A. fans for not providing enough of a home court advantage.

With Crawford and Nate Robinson both hurt, the Clippers signed veteran guard Lester Hudson, coming off a season playing in China, to a 10 day contract.