Maybe the Clippers should have seen this one coming. In a season of mostly highs, they’ve hit a few lows. But Friday night’s embarrassing 98-73 defeat to the Raptors in Toronto was arguably the lowest. The 25-point difference was the Clippers’ largest ever in a loss to the Raptors. The 73 points they scored was their lowest point total this season. So was their 34.7 shooting percentage. They made more turnovers (14) than assists (12).