The Clippers are back on track victorious immediately. After seeing how the Bulls cut their good streak, last night they made it clear that it was nothing more than a setback by imposing with authority over San Antonio, especially thanks to a Paul George who went to 34 points and 9 rebounds.
The Californians forward was the top scorer of the night, proving once again that in the absence of Kawhi Leonard has taken command. He’s the boss on the track, but of course he can’t do it all without help. Reggie Jackson would finish with 21 points and rookie Brandon Boston Jr. would add 13 from the bench. The All-Star forward is delighted to have him on the team. “I love this guy. It gives us energy and is just what we need.
Although the Angelenos ended up winning calmly, they did not have anything easy until the middle of the third quarter. Although they were up 12 points in the first half, the Spurs cut back to tie the game at 69 with six minutes left in the third period. It was then that a 17-2 run for the Clippers put a difference that would last until the end of the game, which ended 106-92.
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