The Los Angeles Clippers seemed to have found their way after a slow start to the season and their convincing 127-101 win against the visiting Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night further strengthens that point.
The Clippers were led by the usual suspects; Blake Griffin scored 23 points to lead all scorers in the game and Chris Paul scored 12 points and 8 assists in just 24 minutes of play.
JJ Reddick also scored 23 and was on fire from the outside on Monday, hitting 4 of 5 from beyond the arc.
DeAndre Jordan is returning to the rebounding and rim protecting machine that he showed last season. Jordan finished with 13 rebounds and 4 blocks while contributing 11 points.
The Wolves were led in scoring by 2nd year man from UCLA Shabazz Muhammad who finished with 18 points.
The win marks the 5th win in a row for the Clippers who improve their record to 13-5 which in a highly contested Western Conference merely places them as a 7th seed at the moment.
During the Clippers’ 5 game winning streak they have been obliterating their opponents, winning by a margin of 17.2 points per game and scoring 111.6 points per game.
The Clippers will look to extend their streak on Wednesday when the host the Orlando Magic.