They led by as many as 37 points in their fifth consecutive game without
The Clippers outscored the Kings, 42-18, in the second quarter and, 31-18, in the third quarter.
Five Clippers finished in double figures, including two reserves.
Jamal Crawford added 23 points off the bench on 10-for-18 shooting.
Jordan, who had shot 54 free throws in the team's last two games before Saturday, only went to the free-throw line twice, making one of the shots, against the Kings.
The Clippers outshot the Kings from the field, 48.4% to 34.1%, and from beyond the three-point line, 40% to 25%.
The Kings, who were playing without starting point guard
The Clippers (37-19) are in fifth place in the Western Conference, while the Kings (19-35) are in 13th place.