Doc Rivers knows the Warriors didn't like when he said the team needed luck to win the 2015 title and wanted to clarify a couple things.

The Clippers coach told reporters Saturday he "could care less" if the Warriors are upset, but his comments were taken out of context.

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In an interview with Grantland published Oct. 6, Rivers said a team needs a couple breaks to win the loaded Western Conference.  

“You need luck in the West,” he said. “Look at Golden State; they didn’t have to play us or the Spurs.”

When a reporter mentioned that quote to a couple of Warriors, the reaction was predictable.

"That sounds pretty bitter to me," Klay Thompson told ESPN. "If we got lucky, look at our record against them last year. I'm pretty sure we smacked them."

Rivers said his comments were twisted out of context when presented to the Warriors.

"I actually referenced my team when we won it. ... You have to have luck to win," Rivers said. "Now, clearly, it bothers them for whatever reason. That part I could care less about. But it was worded wrongly to them. If someone had said we were lucky in Boston (the 2008 NBA champ under Rivers), I'd have been upset, too. I get that."

If Rivers and the Clippers want to prove just how lucky the Warriors were, they could start by winning the Pacific Division. The two teams face off Nov. 4 at the Oracle Arena.