Clippers Vs. Grizzlies, NBA Playoffs 2012 Game 4: Game Heads To OT Tied 87-87

On Monday night, the Los Angeles Clippers hosted the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 4 of their opening-round series in the 2012 NBA Playoffs. At the end of regulation, the game is headed to overtime tied at 87-87.

The Clippers entered halftime leading by a score of 51-45 but the Grizzlies refused to curl up and die. Memphis tied things up in the last minute of the game, thanks to an 11-1 run, but the Clips went ahead by two with 26 seconds remaining in regulation.

Zach Randolph was fouled under the basket with 20.4 seconds left in the game and sank both free throws to tie things up again, 87-87. Chris Paul got the ball in the Clippers' last possession but was unable to get a shot off.

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