Kawhi on latest collapse: Clips 'have to change'

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After the LA Clippers blew a 22-point lead in just over five minutes to suffer another second-half collapse, Kawhi Leonard said the Clippers “just have to change.”

The Clippers led 85-63 with 3:15 remaining in the third quarter, only to fall in a stinging 115-105 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Friday night at Chase Center in San Francisco.

Since the start of last season, and including the playoffs, the Clippers have lost an NBA-high eight games when leading by at least 15 points, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.

“We just have to change, pretty much,” Leonard said after watching Stephen Curry score 19 of his 38 points in the third quarter. “We’ve got to change it. We’ve got to get better.”

With a red-hot Curry sparking the comeback in the third quarter, the Warriors overwhelmed the Clippers with a 52-18 blitz from late in the third to under two minutes left in the game.

The Clippers turned the ball over 11 times from the point that they led by 22, and their offense became stagnant. It conjured up bad memories of their collapse against the Denver Nuggets after leading

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