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Chris Paul had 27 points and nine assists, Blake Griffin added 20 points and the Los Angeles Clippers set a franchise record with their 12th straight home victory, 115-89 over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night.
The Clippers lead the NBA with a 27-8 record, a half-game ahead of Western Conference rivals Oklahoma State and San Antonio. The Clippers won a club-record 17 straight overall before back-to-back road losses at Denver and Golden State, then beat the Lakers 107-102 on Friday. Their previous best home winning streak was set in 1978-79, their first season in San Diego after the franchise left Buffalo.
DeAndre Jordan added 13 points and eight rebounds for the Clips, who built a 23-point lead through the first quarter and won for the 19th time in 21 games overall.
Klay Thompson had a team-high 14 points for the Warriors (22-11), who had won 12 of their previous 15.
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Back on Saturday, the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Golden State Warriors at the Staples Center by the score of 115-89 and Chris Paul finished the game with 27 points.As Fox Sports West sideline reporter Kristina Pink tried to do a post game interview with Paul, a couple of his teammates decided to photobomb the interview.Watch as Jamal Crawford, Blake Griffin, and DeAndre Jordan interrupt it:
THROW IT DOWN
Tweet Friday night featured a matchup of Los Angeles’ NBA squads, the Lakers and the Clippers. The Clippers have become known for their high-flying dunks lately, but Friday it was Kobe Bryant who brought the house down early: Not bad for an “old” man. Chris Paul should have ducked. -ALR
Mark Jackson and the Golden State Warriors have been a pleasant surprise this season as a Western Conference upstart. One glowing statistic was the Warriors being 2-0 against the Clippers this season.
The Clippers had grown tired of the losses to the Warriors this season and thumped them 115-89 Saturday night. Chris Paul in particular was fired up about the game and wanted the...
Kobe Bryant may have said the Los Angeles Lakers were “old as s—,” but his 34-year-old body isn’t preventing him from making athletic plays. The Black Mamba stole a pass from Chris Paul and then dunked on the Clippers point guard to make a statement early in Friday’s game at Staples Center.
We see dominant plays like that on a fairly regular basis, but when you consider...
The Battle for LA is REAL. Clippers vs. Lakers may not have been an official rivalry before, it’s arrived this season. The Clippers came out aggressive in the first quarter. But Kobe Bryant looked like he wanted to remind Chris Paul that this is still his city. Better call Cliff Paul? The Black Mamba [...]
As previously noted, whenever the Los Angeles Clippers play a basketball game...we promise you that here at That NBA Lottery Pick will provide you with a Blake Griffin highlight.In the first quarter of tonight's game against the Lakers, a Chris Paul steal lead to a monster two-handed dunk from Griffin:
LOS ANGELES -- Chris Paul had a double-double in the first half and finished with 30 points and 13 assists to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 107-102 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night at Staples Center. Without leading reserve Jamal Crawford, sidelined by a sore foot suffered Tuesday in their win streak-snapping loss at Denver, the Clippers turned to their two...
LOS ANGELES -- There was a time when a two-game losing streak was just a sign of things to come for the Los Angeles Clippers, a mini-slide that started a mudslide that started an avalanche. Now for the scorching Clippers, two meaningless losses are but a light drizzle. Chris Paul scored 27 points and Blake Griffin added 20 as the Los Angeles Clippers, who built a 23-point halftime...
LOS ANGELES It's not about the Lakers anymore. There might still be a rivalry a battle to stake a claim to LA but the Clippers look at themselves from a different angle, a different standard.
They beat the Lakers 107-102 Friday night at Staples Center and ended a two-game losing streak. The fact it was their co-tenant they beat seemed less important than proving they could...
Kobe Bryant steals, dunks on Chris Paul.
LA 107, Los Angeles 102
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1: Statement made
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