Thunder vs. Clippers: Live Analysis, Score Updates and Highlights
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combine for 64 points to lead the Thunder to a 108-104 win over the Clippers in LA.
The Thunder get the season sweep of the Clippers with a 108-104 win at Staples Center.
Chris Paul hits a lay-up with just 1 second left. Clippers still down two points.
So freaking stoked to see Westbrook carrying the burden in crunchtime. No devoted force-feeding to KD. He's owning it.— Royce Young (@dailythunder) March 3, 2013
Russell Westbrook stares down the crowd after making a huge jumper to put the Thunder back up by 4 with under 30 seconds left.
Crawford goes to the line for 2, hits both. Clippers trail 104-102, 47.7 seconds to play.— Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) March 3, 2013
Serge Ibaka gets the And-1 with 59 seconds left to give OKC a 4-point lead.
Blake Griffin picks up back-to-back fouls on offense and defense and that's 6 for him.— Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) March 3, 2013
Blake over Ibaka's back still isn't as bad as Ibaka under Blake's belt— J.A. Adande (@jadande) March 3, 2013
Westbrook goes to the rim to give the Thunder the lead.
Serge Ibaka has received a Flagrant 1 for striking Blake Griffin. Clipper ball trailing 99-97.— The NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) March 3, 2013
Serge Ibaka with shot below the waist of Blake Griffin.
Ibaka with what looked like a pretty cheap shot on Griffin— Dime Alert (@DimeAlert) March 3, 2013
Matt Barnes hits another corner three and Ibaka gets called for flagrant foul on Blake Griffin.
CP3, Blake Griffin, and Jamal Crawford lead the way for the Clippers.
Big driving layup by K-Mart. Something he should do more on days like this. Either his shot is falling or he's getting fouled. If not...— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) March 3, 2013
The Clippers call timeout as a layup by Kevin Martin gives the Thunder a 5-point lead with under 4 minutes left.
Kevin Durant hits two free throws to give OKC a 4-point lead.
OKC is 3/12 shooting in the fourth quarter. Clippers within two.— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) March 3, 2013
Chris Paul again and it looks like he's going to put the team on his back again. Thunder 87, Clippers 85.— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) March 3, 2013
Shot clock violation on OKC gets the crowd and the Clippers bench on their feet.
Chris Paul with the drive and finish for two. Clippers trail 87-83.— Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) March 3, 2013
Eric Bledsoe dishes it back to Matt Barnes for the layup to make it a 6-point game.
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