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Falling 3-1 to the Spurs was the last thing that the Los Angeles Clippers wanted to do in Sunday’s game. Chris Paul was the leading scorer of the game with 34 points on 11 for 19 shooting and had seven assist . He helped lead his team to 114-105 victory over the defending champion San Antonio Spurs and evened the series 2-2.

Jaz August

Unlike the large point disparity in Game 3 between the Spurs and Clips, in Game 4 there were 18 lead changes and nine ties. Blake Griffin chimed in with 20 points and an impressive 19 rebounds to will his team to victory.

Austin Rivers played a key role and today’s winning, dropping 16 points on seven for eight shooting off the bench. Despite an stunning win by Los Angeles this series is far from over.

The Clippers and Spurs will face off in a pivotal Game 5 on Tuesday night.

Los Angeles Times