Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers are coming off their most prolific offensive display of the season, but consistency remains elusive.
Opening a six-game homestand against the Golden State Warriors would appear to give them with a chance to start stringing victories together.
Paul and the Clippers look to win back-to-back games for the first time in nearly a month Sunday night when they attempt to continue their home success versus the Warriors.
Paul was outstanding Friday, making 12 of 20 shots to match his season high of 36 points while adding 11 assists in the Clippers' 120-108 victory at San Antonio to salvage a 3-3 road trip. Los Angeles (23-15) shot 51.2 percent from the field overall and made 14 of 27 3-point attempts en route to their highest scoring output of the season.
"At least to go back home knowing that we split, won three out of the six, was a good win for us," said Paul, averaging 25.6 points and 8.1 assists over his last eight games.
Despite Paul's effor...