Marcus Morris Sr. steals the show, as the Clippers defeat the Heat 125-118
Los Angeles- Marcus Morris Sr. had 32 points in 26 minutes to help his team get the win over the Miami Heat.
Morris asserted himself in the game early on. He was getting the ball on high pick and roll plays and picked apart Miami. Morris was hitting contestant three pointers, driving through the lane and getting himself to the line, as well as hitting wide open shots. He went 11 of 15 from the field, had 3 rebounds, and 2 assists to finish off his night.
Despite not having Kawhi Leonard or Paul George in the line-up, the Clippers shot around 55% from the field and around 47% from behind the arc. Lou Williams was a key factor in the fourth, as he hit shot after to shot, which kept the Heat from starting a mini-run. Williams had 10 points in the quarter.
The Clippers got the stops they needed down the stretch and showcased that they can still win games without their stars on the floor.