Clippers vs. Heat final score: Three-point barrage powers Miami to 111-89 win

Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Heat made 15 three-pointers in a win over the Clippers Friday.

The Miami Heat (33-14) were 15 for 27 from three-point range in a 111-89 win over the Los Angeles Clippers (35-17) Friday. It was Miami's fourth straight win.

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LeBron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 50 points on just 27 shots between the two of them in 62 total minutes. James also had six assists, five rebounds and two blocks. Wade had seven assists, six rebounds and four steals. Mario Chalmers scored 18 points and had three steals, Shane Battier scored 12 points and Rashard Lewis scored 10 points with seven rebounds and two steals off the bench. The Heat, who were active in passing lanes, forced the Clippers into 18 turnovers.

Chris Paul, who was back in the lineup after missing nine games due to a bruised knee cap, had just three points in 19 minutes. Chauncey Billups also returned Friday for the first time since Dec. 3. He had seven points and four assists in 16 minutes.

DeAndre Jordan led the Clippers with 17 points. Blake Griffin and Jamal Crawford scored 13 each.

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