Jamal Crawford acknowledged it. He has not been sleeping that well.

Losses, such as the Clippers’ one Wednesday to Indiana, paired with some shooting woes can keep an NBA veteran up at night, as he searches for answers.

“It’s just how it goes sometimes,” Crawford said. “The emotion in the game, you get caught up in that. There’s a moment in the game that could change the game, where if something good would happen, it would change the game. We didn’t have that.”

Crawford and Paul Pierce have been making those big, momentum-shifting shots their entire career, but so far this season, they’ve just not dropped.

Crawford is shooting 35.6 percent from the field and 25.7 percent from 3-point range, the worst numbers in his 16-year NBA career.

And that history is what Crawford’s counting on.

“It’s OK, honestly,” he said. “You have that to lean on.”

Pierce’s numbers are even worse. In more limited action, Pierce is shooting 31.8 percent and 25.9 percent from 3.