Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers praises his side's scoring capabilities as they ran out 125-117 victors over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers has praised his side's scoring capabilities as they ran out 125-117 winners against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night.
The Clippers earned the victory as Jamal Crawford and Matt Barnes combined for 60 points to help humble opponent Kevin Durant, who notched a career-high 40 points for the Thunder.
"It's a good feeling coming in here and winning against this team," Rivers told reporters.
"They're an excellent defensive team and the way we scored against them is really impressive for us. I don't think we had a quarter under 26 points."
The victory sees the Clippers sitting in first position in the Pacific Division with a record of 38-20 for the season.
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