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  • Writer's pictureFagothethird Franklin

Paul George and crew get back to winning ways after defeating Timberwolves, 124-101

Los Angeles- After suffering a humiliating loss to the Mavericks, the Clippers were determined to shut the critics down with a convincing win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday.

Coming out the gate, the Clippers were pushing the pace aggressively against Minnesota. Paul George, Lou Williams, and Serge Ibaka did not settle with taking shots behind the arc, but went after the Timberwolves interior defense. They kept attacking Minnesota and did not let their foot off the pedial. All three players combined for 54 points.

LA had 32 assists, which means that they were playing team ball instead of forcing up shots. Reggie Jackson and Patrick Beverly stepped it up in this game, as they forced turnovers, create shots not just for themselves, but for others, and played with a sense of urgency.Collectively, the Clippers dominated on both sides of the floor and did not give the Timberwolves any type of confidence that they could come back in the game.

Key Notes!

The Clippers had seven players that scored in double figures.


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