Home Sports Redskin Three things that will determine the Clippers’ fate in Game 7 against... SportsRedskin Three things that will determine the Clippers’ fate in Game 7 against Denver September 15, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Game 7. Two of the best words in sports. Forty-eight minutes remain in the series. The winner of Game 7 between the Clippers and Denver Nuggets will advance to the Western Conference finals to face the Los Angeles Lakers. Following consecutive blown 15-point-plus leads in the second halves of Games 5 and 6, the Clippers are under pressure. If they win Game 7, their recent struggles will be placed on the back burner as all of the national attention turns to the highly anticipated Battle for L.A. matchup. If the Clippers lose, however, they’ll have suffered one of the worst postseason collapses in NBA history — much worse than their infamous collapse against Houston in 2015 — and the organization will have to reexamine the core surrounding Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. Here are three variables that can sway Game 7 on Tuesday night in Orlando. 1. How many minutes do the Clippers’ best players log? After… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Chelsea fans: Discuss the game against Barnsley with our reporter Simon Johnson [Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Pro Football] – Chase Young’s All-Pro Case in his Rookie Season Tony Jones talks about the Jazz and the offseason [The Washington Times] – Fred Smith, FedEx CEO, brushes off 'Redskins' question at stockholder meeting Colts film review: DBs smother Vikings, Michael Pittman Jr. punishes defenders Q&A with Royals assistant GM J.J. Picollo on instructional league plans and more [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Washington Football Daily 9/22: Terry McLaurin Among Best Pass-Catchers In Franchise History Through 16 Games Breaking down the complicated possibility of Cole Caufield playing in Europe [YouTube: Washington Redskins Videos] – Behind The Scenes Week 2 Vs Cardinals [NFL: Washington Redskins] – CAMPBELL CAM: Week 2 vs. Cardinals [SB Nation: Hogs Haven] – NFL Power Rankings 2020, Week 3: Washington’s loss to Arizona puts them in the bottom half of the league Submit your questions now for Harman Dayal’s Canucks mailbag LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.