Moving the ball, not forcing isolation is key for Clippers

LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 15:  JJ Redick #4 of the LA Clippers is guarded by Joe Ingles #2 of the Utah Jazz during a 97-95 Jazz win during the first half at Staples Center on April 15, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowled

Los Angeles Clippers Insider Don MacLean joined Petros and Money on Thursday to discuss the team's first round playoff series with the Utah Jazz.

After splitting the first two games in L.A., the series heads on the road for a critical Game 3 in Utah. According to MacLean, one of the keys to success for the Clippers is going to be quality ball movement and not forcing isolation in their offensive sets.

"When the Clippers move the ball, they are good. When they get to their iso game, they're not so good," MacLean said. "Crawford gets hot, but he hasn't been shooting well. Blake has been forcing the issue on isos, trying to get to the paint, and Utah has done a good job of coming with the late double."

Listen to the full discussion below.

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