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The secret to the Clippers’ success in prolific shooting from the field

It was true that Minnesota’s defense, one of the NBA’s most permissive, did not exactly help its case against that reputation Sunday. Clippers forward Marcus Morris was somehow left alone in the corners, where he has made 57% of his three-pointers this season. Paul George dribbled around a screen by Ivica Zubac, saw the nearest defender one long step away and took it as an invitation to add to ...

It was true that Minnesota’s defense, one of the NBA’s most permissive, did not exactly help its case against that reputation Sunday.

Clippers forward Marcus Morris was somehow left alone in the corners, where he has made 57% of his three-pointers this season. Paul George dribbled around a screen by Ivica Zubac, saw the nearest defender one long step away and took it as an invitation to add to his career-best 43.7% three-point shooting.

And yet, for all of the Timberwolves-specific

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