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Losing Dunleavy Was Smart Move By Clippers

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After 26 years and two winning seasons and one playoff series victory and zero championship credibility, it's finally, wonderfully happened.

The Clippers have run out of things to blame.

The final sawing of the limb upon which Mike Dunleavy has been sitting for the last month — the fallen coach is now the felled general manager — has cleared the last of the thick and messy brush.

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