Taking on the Spurs

The Clippers were brilliantly on the floor of the Spurs, who in 21 seasons had never conceded so many points (73) at halftime. Blake Griffin made a superb match with 28 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists, while Jamal Crawford added 16 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists. Luc Mbah a Moute scores 13 points, with 1 rebound, 1 pass, 1 interception. Marreese Speights stands out with 15 points, 8 rebounds, 1 pass. The Clippers made an exceptional first half to lead to the break 73-55. With a shooting success of 51.6% against 40% for the premises, Los Angeles took advantage of the numerous interceptions and balls lost to lead the whole of the meeting.

 

Despite an 8-0 start to San Antonio, the Clippers chained 8 consecutive stops to pass 16-8. They quickly widen the gap to already lead 39-24 out of the first quarter. The Spurs try to react at the beginning of the second, returning to 31-41. But the Clippers continue to dominate the game to pocket this period 34-31 and lead to 18 points at break 73-55.

 

The third quarter is tighter and less prolific, with a 17-16 for San Antonio. But the advance is sufficient and the important thing is to keep the lead, which Luc and his family perfectly do. They even aggravated the score in the last quarter, realizing a real demonstration to the end. The Clippers won the last quarter 27-20 and the match 116-92, or 24 points!

In the West Conference, the Clippers occupy the first place with 5 victories for 1 defeat, ahead of OKC and the Spurs. Next meeting Monday, November 7 against Detroit.

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