Chris Paul missed his third straight game, but the Los Angeles Clippers had little trouble dispatching of the Minnesota Timberwolves in a 90-77 victory. Jamal Crawford chipped in 22 points.Get More NBA Video
The Clippers looked to make it three in a row without banged-up All-Star starter Chris Paul as they traveled to Minnesota to take on the slumping Timberwolves. Blake Griffin kickstarted L.A.'s offense with a sweet reverse jam early in the first. And the Clippers' other All-Star starter was just warming up. Griffin led the starting unit with 20 points in 35 minutes of action while Jamal Crawford netted a game-high 22 off the bench. The Clippers held the T-Wolves to 14 fourth quarter points in their 90-77 road win.