LA Clippers Scores
22 points and 12 rebounds from Ivica Zubac powered the Clippers’ fourth straight win.
Ivica Zubac and the Clippers tallied a career-best six and a season-high 12 blocked shots tonight, respectively.
The Clippers come up just short against a clutch Chris Paul and the best team in the league.
Without Luke Kennard, Terance Mann filled the scoring vacuum with a season-high 25 points.
Los Angeles holds on to win the rematch, despite Luke Doncic’s stellar fourth quarter.
This game was a reminder of what holes the Clippers still need to fill, whether internally or through more front office maneuvering.
The Clippers newest acquisitions played hard and executed despite blowout loss.
This game truly came down to the wire, as the Clippers successfully fended off the fourth quarter comeback.
The Clippers ran out of gas in the second half to end the road trip.
Clippers maintain control in Sunday matinee game in penultimate game of the road trip.
LA shows that comebacks come natural with the victory after being down by as much as 14.
Luke Kennard, Amir Coffey and the Clippers prove that it isn’t how you start, it’s how you finish.
26 points from Reggie Jackson was not enough to overcome an early deficit.
The overtime loss is not the start the team wanted for their eight-game road trip.
Lawler’s Law prevails as Batum pours in 32 points this afternoon.
They battled back valiantly in the second half, but clutch-time blunders gave the game away.
LA lost to New Orleans for the third time this season, as a cold shooting night met a stifling Pelicans defense.
Amir Coffey’s all-around contribution leads the Clippers back to a .500 record.
It turns out the best cure for a matinee lull is a cup of coffee.
The Grizzlies string together eight wins in a row as LA loses their fourth in their last five games.
With this loss, the Clippers fall below .500 with a record of 19-20.
Clippers’ passing reminiscent of Stormtroopers’ shooting as Los Angeles falls back to .500.
Shorthanded Clippers squad start off 2022 with impressive will to win.
Without four starters and their head coach, LA fell short as 2021 comes to a close.
The former Celtic set the tone for the Clippers.
The game, however, did present a pair of silver linings for the future.
Despite a third quarter run and last-minute heroics, LA couldn’t compensate for their three missing starters.
LA enters the short holiday break with a much-needed, motivating road victory.