(PHOENIX) — Blake Griffin scored 23 points to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 103-77 thrashing of the Phoenix Suns on Sunday afternoon for their 13th straight victory.
Chris Paul scored 17 points and dished out 13 assists, while sixth man Jamal Crawford added 22 off the bench to give the Clippers (21-6) their first win in Phoenix since 2007.
“We’re just taking care of business right now,” Griffin said. “To be honest, we’re not really concerned with ‘You haven’t won here since then’ or ‘You haven’t won this many games in a row.’
Jared Dudley led the Suns (11-17) with 19 points and seven boards.
During their current winning streak, the Clippers’ average margin of victory has been 13 points, and they have four wins of 20 or more points. They have also won a franchise-best six straight road games.
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