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NBA: Harris helps Clippers stay top of the West

NBA: Harris helps Clippers stay top of the West

Scotiabank Arena, Toronto – Kevin Durant scored 51 points and racked up 11 rebounds but couldn’t stop the Golden State Warriors from losing 131-128 to the Toronto Raptors in overtime.

Golden State outscored the Raptors 31-23 in the 4th quarter to force OT as Durant sank the three-pointer that tied the game at 119.

Toronto scored 12 points in the 4 overtime minutes to secure the win with Kawhi Leonard finishing the game with 37 points.

Staples Centre, Los Angeles – A big first quarter set the Los Angeles Lakers up for a 104-96 win over the Indiana Pacers.

The Pacers, once again without star guard Victor Oladipo, fell behind early as LA bossed the opening 12 minutes 38-15.

LeBron James scored 38 points in the game as the Pacers, clearly missing Oladipo, never quite got over their slow start.

Golden1 Centre, Sacramento – The LA Clippers outscored the Sacramento Kings in three quarters to ease to a 133-121 victory on the road.

The Clippers started strong with 42 points in the first quarter and despite a fight back in the 2nd by the Kings, held on to their lead to the end.

LA forward, Tobias Harris, scored 28 points as Clippers stay top of the Western Conference.

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November 30th, 2018

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