Clippers get up big early on Heat and never look back, win 110-93

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The Miami Heat led 6-4 about 2 minutes into the game and from then on it was all Clippers who closed out the quarter 35 to 9. The Clippers were up by as much as 26 points in the game and settled on a 17 point victory over the Miami Heat on Thursday; the final score being 110-93.

Both of the Clippers stars had huge nights, with Blake Griffin and Chris Paul each scoring 26 points.

DeAndre continued his resurgence in the rebounding department, grabbing 11 of them and also scoring 12 points on the night.

The big disparity in the game were the points in the paint where the Clippers lapped the Heat, 44 to 26.

The Heat were led in scoring by Chris Bosh who put in 28 points on 9 for 17 from the field. As expected he wasn’t too pleased after the game.

UConn rookie had a big game for the Heat, scoring a career high 17 points in 32 mainly garbage time filled minutes.

Dwayne Wade missed the game due to a strained left hamstring; it was the 4th straight game that Wade has missed due to injury and the Heat are 1-3 in that span.

The win is the 2nd in a row for the Clippers and raises their record to 7-4 which places them 7th in the Western Conference.

The Clippers continue on their road trip by going to Memphis to play the Western Conference leading Grizzlies on Saturday.

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