They could sense a close ending to the Clippers' intrasquad scrimmage Wednesday night prompting the fans watching their team to chant "Let's go Clippers!"

Even Clippers Coach Doc Rivers liked that the game between the Blue team starters and White team second unit was being played down to the final seconds.

Even more Rivers liked that his team learned some lessons from the scrimmage that the White team won 25-23 at the Galen Center.

"It's good that the fans can see some of what we work on" Rivers said. "But that's a tough atmosphere for the players as far as concentration. I actually liked that especially when we're doing the drills for the scrimmage stuff … guys keeping their focus and getting through it."

Rivers said he didn't like his starters' body language when they got down in the game.

Darren Collison drove for a layup and was fouled with 14.6 seconds left. Collison made the free throw for a 25-23 lead for the White team.

When Chris Paul got the ball in the backcourt he was trapped by Collison and Lou Amundson causing Paul to lose the ball off his knee and out of bounds with 6.4 seconds left.

"Y'all got a review" Paul complained after the White team called a timeout.

But Maalik Wayns turned the ball over right away stepping in bounds before passing the ball giving the Blue team the ball with 6.1 seconds left.

The fans then got into the game chanting "Let's go Clippers!"

After a timeout Blake Griffin drove to the basket for a dunk attempt but was fouled by Amundson with 3.7 seconds left.

Griffin missed the first free throw and missed the second intentionally. Jared Dudley got the offensive rebound but missed a potential game-winning three-point shot.