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Ivica Zubac says the 'negative talk' can be a motivation to Clippers

LOS ANGELES — There was no possible way for Ivica Zubac to know how the Los Angeles Clippers will play in the upcoming season after one day of training camp.

The first group practice isn't expected until Sunday, once several days of individual workouts required by the NBA's COVID-19 protocols finish, and even that timeline assumes all coronavirus results return negative. Only a few others were in the team's practice facility Tuesday when Zubac was shooting, with footage taken by the

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