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Houston Rockets vs. Los Angeles Clippers: Postgame Grades, Analysis for Houston
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Without James Harden—their leading scorer, best player and entire focal point of their fast-paced offense—the Houston Rockets fell to the Los Angeles Clippers by a score of 106-96. That final margin looks slimmer than the game really was, as the Rockets trailed from the opening tip, surrendering an astounding 46 points in the first quarter and 69 in the first half. 

Six Rockets ended up scoring in double figures, even though most of their production was with the team trailing by over 10 points. Chandler Parsons led the way with 17 points, Jeremy Lin had 14 (but only two in the second half) and bench players James Anderson and Donatas Motiejunas combined to shoot 9-of-15 from the floor for 27 points. 

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