"There's no question, we're going to have to get back to playing the way we did the first two games," Del Negro said.
The Memphis win means the Grizzlies will have at least one more game in front of their fans, no matter what happens Tuesday night in Game 5.
"I didn't want to come back here by any means, by any means," Paul said. "Now, we have to."
If the series follows form, it means two of the remaining three games will be at the Staples Center where the Clippers not only won the first two games this postseason but also went 32-9 there in the regular season.
"That's why you work so hard for home court," Paul said. "Now, we got to go back to LA."
NOTES: The Grizzlies went 15-3 in the regular season when Gasol posted a double-double. ... Memphis improved to 17-1 when shooting at least 50 percent. ... The Grizzlies sold out their 12th straight postseason game. ... The Grizzlies played without veteran guard Keyon Dooling, who sat out with a strained muscle. ... Prince had only 10 points in the first three games combined. ... The Clippers shot 13 of 39 in the second half, compared to 20 for 35 for Memphis.
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