Heat vs. Clippers final score: Los Angeles overwhelms Miami in 107-100 win

Stephen Dunn

Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Jamal Crawford and the Los Angeles Clippers overwhelmed LeBron James and the Miami Heat in a 107-100 victory.

The Los Angeles Clippers dominated the second half, using a 33-20 third quarter to get ahead of the Miami Heat and hold on for a 107-100 victory. The Clippers led by double digits for most of the 4th quarter and weren't seriously threatened. The Clippers improved to 6-2 on the regular season, while the Heat fell to 6-3.

Jamal Crawford led the Clippers by shooting 7-11 from the field while scoring 22 points. Blake Griffin had an excellent all-around game, compiling 20 points, 14 rebounds and six assists. Chris Paul added 16 points, 10 assists, and four steals, while Caron Butler piled up 15 points. Eric Bledsoe had the highlight of the night with an incredible rejection of Dwyane Wade.

The Heat were led by LeBron James, who had 30 points, seven assists and five rebounds. Chris Bosh put up 11 points and nine boards, Ray Allen added 14 points and five steals, and Rashard Lewis nailed all four of his shots (11 points). Wade shot 2-10 from the field, scoring six points (although he did manage to dish six assists).

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