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Clippers stop by Staples Center for a win over Bucks
Clippers stop by Staples Center for a win over Bucks

Nobody could blame the Clippers on Saturday night if they felt a little out of place on their home court. They were playing the second of four games in five days across four time zones. Their coach, Doc Rivers, called it "a road game with familiar faces." Those faces were cheery after the Clippers persevered during a come-from-behind 106-102 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks at Staples Center. Chris Paul made two free throws to break a 102-102 tie and Blake Griffin tipped in a missed jumper by Paul with five seconds left to help the Clippers pull out a game in which they had trailed by four points with 41/2 minutes to play. Paul finished with 27 points and nine assists and...

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