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Leonard saves the best for last as Clippers defeat Jazz

LOS ANGELES - For more than a year, the Los Angeles Clippers have self-identified as a "blacktop" team that feels more kinship with the grit of weekend grinders than polished pros, to the point that their home court is now ringed by a map of city streets on a black background.

If their branding is no longer new, it nonetheless took on new meaning Sunday night at Staples Center. The Clippers' offensive

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