The Clippers probably need to refer to them as foul shots and not free throws because, honestly, there's nothing free about them.
Standing fifteen feet away from the rim with no defense has been a major issue for the Clippers, and that issue was a big factor in the Clippers' 102-89 loss to the Pacers Tuesday.
"When you miss as many free throws as we are right now, it makes it tough," Clippers coach Vinny Del Negro said.
The Clippers made just 45 percent from the line (9-of-20), and the Pacers hit 24-of-26 in the game.
Chris Paul, usually one of the Clippers top foul shooters, struggled, making just 3-of-6.
"We have to keep trying to get better," Paul said. "It's that simple. The free throw line is where you can win or lose games. We have to get better as a team."
Offense has gone AWOL
--The Clippers failed to get to 100 points for the seventh game in a row, putting the pressure on its questionable defense.
And while the Clippers were able to steal their last tw...