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Recap: L.A. Clippers 128, Cleveland Cavaliers 103 (Clawed)

Cleveland had no one who could guard Kawhi Leonard, and the Claw used Cleveland’s lousy three point pressure to score 43 in 28 minutes. He could’ve had 50 if he’d wanted to play the garbage time fourth, but it was 106-71 at the end of three, and that might have been excessive. On the second night of a back-to-back the Cavs were dominated in the interior, as the Clippers put up nine blocks in three quarters and were outrebounded 53-30. Though Larry Nance returned in Kevin Love’s absence, Tristan Thompson registered one of his worst games of the season with a 0-fer in the scoring column.