Tobias Harris flirts with triple-double as Clippers top Spurs
LaMarcus Aldridge had 30 points and 14 rebounds for San Antonio, which committed 18 turnovers.
The Clippers led for all but 14 seconds in handing the Spurs their second straight loss at home.
San Antonio pulled within 101-95 with 31.7 seconds remaining on Aldridge’s final basket, but Los Angeles escaped a full-court press and sealed it on two free throws by Patrick Beverly.
The Clippers went on a 22-2 run bridging the first and second quarters, turning a one-point deficit into a 45-26 lead with 11 minutes remaining in the first half.
Clippers: Williams missed his second straight game due to sore right hamstring. Although coach Doc Rivers said Williams “looked good” during morning workouts, the Clippers opted to keep him out. … Rivers said Gallinari remained in Los Angeles to treat the back spasms that limited him to eight minutes against Golden State on Friday. … Harrell made his 19th career start in 219 games over four seasons. The most starts he made in a season were 14 in 2017 in his final season with Houston.
Spurs: Aldridge has 317 blocks with the Spurs, passing Greg “Cadillac” Anderson for 10th in franchise history. … Marco Belinelli was 2 for 7 on 3-pointers, giving him 300 career 3s with the Spurs. He is the 13th player in franchise history with 300 3-pointers and joins Matt Bonner, Bruce Bowen and Brent Barry as the only ones to do so while shooting over 40 percent. … Davis Bertans has 250 career 3-pointers. He joins Gary Neal as the only Spurs to reach that mark in their first three seasons with the team.
Clippers: At Dallas on Tuesday night.
Spurs: At Philadelphia on Wednesday night.
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