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Should the Clippers make a starting lineup change?

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NBA: Memphis Grizzlies at Los Angeles Clippers Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

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The season is only two games young for the Clippers, and yet, there is already some urgency from the team’s leader Paul George about getting results.

“It comes to a point where, yeah I’m happy we fought, but that can’t be who we are, just be happy that we played hard,” George said after the team’s loss to Memphis. “We gotta do a better job. We gotta come out first, establish who we are. Playing hard should be a given. We gotta win games.”

Part of the problem for the Clippers is the defense of their starting unit, which is digging the team into early holes. L.A. has the worst first-quarter defense in the league, nearly eight points per 100 possessions worse than the putrid OKC Thunder. That naturally leads to the question: Should Ty Lue change the starting lineup?

The Clippers have some players on the bench who started games during the regular season — and even the playoffs — a year ago, so options are aplenty.

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