Welcome to Clippers In Review, where we’ll recap the season for every player that ended the season in Los Angeles. Next up: Terance Mann. I have long struggled with what I’m supposed to make of Terance Mann as a basketball player, let alone as a presence in a regular rotation. There are times when I watch Mann defend and believe that we’re watching Andre Roberson reincarnated, an on-ball fiend whose living is bound to be made as a nuisance in passing lanes and as an irritant to the league’s elite as they aim to attack the rim. Back in November, I wrote that Mann was undoubtedly becoming the team’s most important stopper with Kawhi Leonard injured. Over the course of the season — despite his defensive stats dipping due to his widening sample size — that remained true. He often took on the opposition’s toughest assignment; no matter who he guarded, though, he made life difficult for them on the offensive end.