Paul George is the X-Factor for the Clippers to beat the Jazz – Tim Legler | SportsCenter

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Tim Legler joins SportsCenter to break down the LA Clippers’ Game 3 win vs. the Utah Jazz in the Western Conference Semifinals.

0:00 Legler analyzes the Clippers’ team defense and how it disrupted the Jazz’s offense.

1:52 Legler says Paul George’s mentality was to attack on offense from the start.

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