NBA Playoffs: Clippers Top Mavericks In Game 7 | Will Face Utah Jazz

After a Game 7 win, the head coach or players all talk about a look the team has -- a certain look that lets everyone know they'll be ready for the moment.

LA Clippers coach Tyronn Lue said his team looked like it was locked in during a walk-through before Sunday's 126-111 win to close out their Western Conference first-round playoff series against the Dallas Mavericks in front of 7,342 fans at Staples Center.

And he was right, as the Clippers had the kind of game that reminded everyone why they've been picked as title contenders since acquiring Kawhi Leonard and Paul George two summers ago.

In Leonard's case, however, the look never changes. He might show a little fire after a big dunk. He might show a little disappointment after missing a game-tying 3-pointer, like at the end of the Clippers' Game 5 loss to the Mavs.

He might even look mortal at times, tending to the myriad injuries he has dealt with in recent years.

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