Found November 11, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
LOS ANGELES -- After Chris Paul joined the Los Angeles Clippers and Blake Griffin last summer, they were supposed to become a two-man show. But now the Clippers have the balance of a ballerina. Los Angeles had six players in double-figures - but none with more than 16 points - as it disposed of visiting Atlanta, 89-76, on Sunday afternoon at Staples Center. Griffin had 16 points and six rebounds and Paul added 15 points and eight assists as the Clippers won their third straight to move to 4-2. Los Angeles forced 22 Atlanta turnovers and picked up 12 steals. Josh Smith had 13 points, six rebounds, four assists and five turnovers for the Hawks (2-3), who lost their second straight after also falling to the defending-champion Miami Heat on Friday. Al Horford and Louis Williams each added 11 points for Atlanta, which shot 41.7 percent from the field and just 7-of-16 from the free-throw line. The Clippers relied on their bench for a long stretch in the fourth quarter as the...

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