Rajon Rondo was traded to the Clippers to help the team win a championship with his leadership, and that's exactly what he believes the team is capable of. That unselfishness is part of why Rondo believes the Clippers have championship DNA. Every single player on the roster wants the other to succeed, and are willing to pass up good shots for great shots.
Taking care of the little things has become a point of emphasis for Los Angeles Clippers head coach Tyronn Lue as his club enters the final week of the regular season. And it will certainly be watched closely during Sunday's home contest against the New York Knicks. "We've been messing around too much," Lue said.
We run any play – Kawhi, PG, Marcus (Morris Sr. whoever we run it for – but once the ball’s in their hands and teams double-team or they make a move and teams help, they gotta be able to make the right play and that turn into drive-and-kick or drive-kick-swing-get-it-to-the-paint,” Lue said. Make a play for your teammates.