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Utah pulls away late to drub Clippers, 126-107

LOS ANGELES_The Los Angeles Clippers thought they had an opponent to share their pain with Thursday as their unplanned experiment of navigating more than two weeks of the schedule with four injured starters began.

What the banged-up Utah Jazz reinforced by pulling away in the fourth quarter of a 126-107 victory at Staples Center is that the Clippers' brand of misery is something rare.

"The worst thing you can do is freak out,"

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