(OKLAHOMA CITY) — A game between a couple of the best teams in the Western Conference did not disappoint on Sunday. The Los Angeles Clippers came up with a big road win as they defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder, 125-117.
The stars came out to play for both teams, but the Clippers can largely thank guard Jamaal Crawford. He scored a team-high 36 points on 13-for-20 shooting.
The Clippers’ Blake Griffin scored 20 points, Matt Barnes scored 24 points, and DeAndre Jordan scored 18 points and pulled down 12 rebounds. Chris Paul scored 18 points and finished just two rebounds short of a triple-double as he also dished out 12 assists.
The Thunder’s Kevin Durant scored 42 points on 15-30 shooting and also had 10 assists.
Russell Westbrook struggled in his second game back in the Thunder lineup. He scored 13 points, but on just 3-13 shooting from the floor.
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