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Clippers Must Make Right Choice with Coach

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Mike Dunleavy is a great guy, but the decision Thursday to finally move him off the Clippers' bench could prove as charmed as last spring's draft win.

Back then, the Clippers used the NBA lottery prize to make Blake Griffin the No. 1 overall pick.

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