Clippers vs. Rockets final score: Big second half gives Clippers 107-94 victory

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The Clippers picked up a double-digit victory over the Rockets, beating them for the second time this season.

The Los Angeles Clippers scored 61 second half points in a 107-94 victory over the Houston Rockets Saturday night. Houston has lost two straight games and drops to 4-3 on the season, losing both games they have faced the Clippers through their first seven games.

J.J. Redick and Blake Griffin combined for 44 points, each with 22 on the night. Jamal Crawford was big off the bench for the Clippers, scoring 11 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter. Chandler Parsons finished with a game-high 23 points and had eight rebounds.

The Clippers had large contributions from Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan. Paul had a game-high 13 assists, picking the Rockets' defense apart. He made only five field goals but still finished with a double-double, scoring 14 points on the night.

Jordan had a monstrous game on the glass, pulling down a game-high 18 rebounds. In contrast, Dwight Howard and Omer Asik combined for 15 rebounds. Howard finished with 21 points and eight rebounds. James Harden struggled from the field, making just four of his 15 field goal attempts, and only one of his six shots from beyond the arc. Houston shot 26.9 percent from three-point range.

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