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The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the visiting Portland Trail Blazers 93-77 on Tuesday night, as the Clippers look to keep their playoff bus rolling as the season gets one game closer to it’s end. Caron Butler supplied the spark in the win with 22 points, but the play of the night goes to Chauncey Billups, with his between the legs pass to Blake Griffin.
Billups hits the cutting Griffin with the And-1 type pass and Blake finishes with a resounding dunk! This play came with 10:42 to go in the 3rd quarter and put the Clippers up 58-37. Chauncey finished the game with 5 points and 4 dimes, while Blake Griffin kicked in with 16 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.
The Clippers keep it going and have now won 6 games in a row. They can close out the regular season by winning 7 games in a row as they visit the struggling Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night to close out their 2012-13 NBA campaign.
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Normally I'd break down the game, and what went right, wrong etc, etc etc.
Who cares? Tonight was about the end of an era, and barring a really stupid decision by the Board of Governors in New York a couple of weeks from now, perhaps the last game ever in Sacramento.
You know what? I don't care.
There was the game and here is the boxscore. Have fun with it.
Never ones to disappoint, the Clippers provide plenty of highlight reel plays. It was Jamal Crawford’s turn Tuesday night as he opted for a crafty no-look, over-the-shoulder pass to Ryan Hollins for the big time slam. Crawford completed the play with a high-five from Clippers super-fan, Billy Crystal:
Jamal Crawford scored 24 points, including several big shots down the stretch, and the Los Angeles Clippers locked up home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs, holding off the Sacramento Kings 112-108 on Wednesday night in the regular-season finale for both teams.
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Looking for the assist of the Tuesday night in the NBA? We got that for you here at That NBA Lottery Pick.It happened during the Portland Trail Blazers/Los Angeles Clippers game as Clippers guard Jamal Crawford dished a beautiful behind-the-head assist to Ryan Hollins.The play was so impressive that famed-Clippers fan Billy Crystal showed Crawford some love:
The Los Angeles Clippers are in control of their own destiny for home-court advantage in the first round of the playoffs.
The destiny of the Sacramento Kings' franchise, meanwhile, is far from certain.
The Clippers can clinch home-court advantage in round one Wednesday night when they visit the Kings in what could be the final NBA game ever in Sacramento.
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