The Clippers scrimmaged Wednesday and got to work on an offense that Coach Doc Rivers wants to be more fluid.

Rivers has put Alvin Gentry the Clippers' associate head coach in charge of the team's offense which they both hope will generate more motion and less standing around.

All-Star point guard Chris Paul will direct that offense on the court and he already sees a difference.

"It only helps because the defense doesn't know what's coming" Paul said. "It keeps everybody engaged on the defensive end. It also keeps everybody on our team involved on the offensive end."

In many ways Rivers said there isn't a drastic change in the Clippers' offense from last season.

He doesn't want the Clippers to be an isolation hold-the-basketball type of team.

"There's a difference between running and staying in motion" Rivers said after the second day of training camp on UC San Diego's campus.

"Every team talks about running. We want to be a running team. But for us we really want to be a motion team. We want to be a team that's in constant motion constant movement so it's very difficult to load up on us."

During the scrimmage Rivers liked that many of the games came down to the last possession meaning the players had to execute their plays.

Rivers also enjoyed that the second team took it to the first team of Paul J.J. Redick Jared Dudley Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan.

"I liked that the first unit lost the first game" Rivers said. "In the second game you could see they got upset. Our goal is to get them upset before the first game so that's how they play when they start."