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37-31, 2nd in Pacific

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Big, important win for OKC, fighting off a terrific performance from the Clippers to pick up a fifth straight win. And it was Corey Brewer who made the difference, leading the Thunder in scoring with 22 — that is a real sentence — while Westbrook picked up a fourth straight triple-double. With 10 of their final 11 games against plus-.500 teams, this was a much needed game for OKC to get on their home floor.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Paul George will play tonight against the Clippers.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers on his $15,000 fine for criticizing officiating: "I didn't mind. I thought what was said needed to be said."

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers on Tobias Harris: "He's better than I thought ... we knew he was good, but didn't know he was this good."

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3dTim MacMahon

Doc Rivers calls officiating 'a complete joke'

Clippers coach Doc Rivers took issue with the discrepancy in fouls called on his team vs. those called on Houston. The Rockets went to the line 23 times, the Clippers 8. "That's a complete joke," Rivers said.

Rockets win 13th straight home game (1:20)
Roger Clemens attempts a foul shot for charity (0:15)

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Chris Paul (left knee soreness) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Clippers.

Jordan rejects LaVine at the rim (0:15)
Harrell slams dunk off long pass (0:15)
Jordan powers his way up for dunk (0:22)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Disabled Player Exception for the LA Clippers ($2.75M), Miami Heat ($5.5M), New Orleans Pelicans ($2.48M) and Utah Jazz ($2.62M) will expire by the end of Monday. It is highly unlikely any of the exceptions will be used.

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6dJovan Buha, Tim MacMahon and Law Murray

A tiny oral history: James Harden's 'Oh my gaawwdd' crossover

It just might have been the NBA's most meme-worthy moment so far: a James Harden crossover dribble, a fallen Clippers defender and a drained 3-pointer. Here's how Harden's viral moment went down.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

The LA Clippers end their six-game homestand with a 113-105 win over the Orlando Magic. Starting SG Lou Williams scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in the first five minutes of the fourth quarter, and the Clippers outscored the Magic 24-10 on the fast break. The Clippers are now 36-29 and have a lead of 0.5 games over the Jazz and Nuggets for 8th place in the West.

Harrell has huge jam off pick-and-roll (0:22)
Harris continues to lead Clippers (0:27)
Williams sends defenders to the floor (0:27)

Team Stats

Points Per Game109.37th
Rebounds Per Game44.111th
Assists Per Game22.321st
Points Allowed108.122nd

Team History