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first_imgWith the conversion of Staples Center from hockey rink to basketball court, the Clippers didn’t get a chance to have a true shootaround before Saturday’s game against Utah.Coach Doc Rivers seemed to prefer it that way, sensing that his players are still not fully recovered from the recent stretch of nine games in nine different cities.“We’re going through a heck of a point in the schedule and I’ve been around long enough to know when you practice tired, you don’t learn anything from that, you don’t get better from that,” said Rivers, who gave his team Friday off. “I’ve said it for years, if I have a choice between the head and the legs, I’m taking the legs. I need legs. You’re not going to win without those in the games.”The Clippers have already played 12 of their 17 back-to-back games on their schedule. When Rivers looked at the slate before the season and saw their current stretch of games, he didn’t figure they would truly be able to recuperate until after Wednesday’s home game against Miami. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “I don’t think you recover quickly from that,” Rivers said of the schedule. “In the second half (of the season), we have a more favorable schedule, more practice time, I think we’ll be able to improve as a team. “I don’t know if we’ll win more or less, but I know we’ll have a chance to be a better basketball team in the second half of the year.”The Clippers did get a film session and a walk-through in the locker room before the game. They marked the floor with tape and went through the game plan.“You still go over the same plays, just no rim involved,” Rivers said. “Sometimes that helps.”Record watchcenter_img Today in Milwaukee, an NCAA record held for eight years by Clippers guard J.J. Redick could fall.Senior Travis Bader of Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., needs only three 3-pointers to surpass the record of 457 Redick set while at Duke.Redick and the Clippers have already sent along a congratulatory video they made for Bader, and Redick plans on calling the 6-foot-5 senior after he surpasses the record.“I just found an article the other day about him, so I learned a little bit about him, a skinny little kid coming into college and he works his butt off, that he’s a good representation of his school,” Redick said. “I heard something this summer, someone said something about it to me, so I knew it was going to be broken this year.”Redick, who recalled the mental and emotional strain his own chase for the record put on him, has resisted reaching out to Bader so far.“I thought about texting him the other day, telling him to stop being such a head case,” Redick said, smiling. “I’ll just wait ‘til he breaks it.”last_img read more