Dallas Mavericks vs. LA Clippers: Live Coverage, Analysis and Highlights
Chris Paul records 19 points and a season-high 16 assists as the Clippers hold on to win their 13th straight home game by a score of 99-93.
Video highlights from this game.
Chris Paul dishes season-high 16 assists as Clippers top Mavericks, 99-93. LA has won franchise-best 13 straight home games.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 10, 2013
The final at the Staples Center. Chris Paul records a season-high 16 assists as the Clippers fight off the Mavericks to win by six. They haven't lost at home since November 26.
Following Chris Paul's two free throws with the home crowd chanting "M V P", the Mavs call timeout.
Carter misses. Brand can't grab the rebound.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) January 10, 2013
Chris Paul's baseline jumper MISSES and the Mavericks call timeout. They trail by four with 22.6 seconds remaining.
Butler's two offensive rebounds drain a lot of clock for the Clippers.
Caron Butler snags two gigantic offensive rebounds in a row to help milk the clock. 97-93, LAC, 39 seconds left. LAC ball, thanks to Butler.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) January 10, 2013
The 1 thing the Clippers did consistently well this game was rebound. Caron Butler's 2 boards on that sequence should wrap it up.— J.A. Adande (@jadande) January 10, 2013
Blake Griffin Fathead as Blake Griffin shoots free throws.
When was the last time the Clippers got so much as a good look on a play coming out of a time out?— J.A. Adande (@jadande) January 10, 2013
Vince Carter hits the fadeaway jumper.
Dallas is still hanging around, and Dirk Nowitzki will enter the game after the timeout. This should be fun. 92-87, LAC. 4 minutes left.— Dime Update (@DimeUpdate) January 10, 2013
Chris Paul and Blake Griffin both have double-doubles tonight.
Mayo makes another transition layup and hits Chris Paul in the face in the process, which forces LA to take a timeout.
Turiaf called for an offensive foul battling Brand inside. Mavs have time...but Paul gets a steal and score off of a Mayo turnover.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) January 10, 2013
OJ Mayo with the scoop to the hoop. His layup brings the Mavericks within five, 85-90.
Darren Collison leads all scorers with 22 points but the Clippers' have five players in double figures for scoring.
Darren Collison (DAL): 4th 20-point game this season (Had only 3 such games all of last season)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) January 10, 2013
Jamal Crawford hits the three to put the Clippers up seven. Timeout Dallas.
Jamal Crawford makes two free throws to put LA up four.
Going back to end of Lakers game, Paul has made 18 of last 22 shots.— Eric Patten (@EricPatten) January 10, 2013
Barnes is now 5-of-7 from 3.— Earl K. Sneed (@EKS_MavsNBA) January 10, 2013
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