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Helene Elliott: Clippers beat Warriors by regaining their hard-working and opportunistic identity

LOS ANGELES - For all they knew, it might have been their only chance to show the disbelieving world they were more than a pesky gnat destined to be swatted away while the Golden State Warriors rolled to a third consecutive NBA title, but the Los Angeles Clippers had let that chance slip away.

It wasn't like them to waste those opportunities. They had developed an uncanny resilience and collectively embraced the role of fighters who never gave up, no matter the circumstances in a

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