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Clippers make key stops at the end, beat Jazz, 94-89
Clippers make key stops at the end, beat Jazz, 94-89

It was only the first stop of an eight-game, 7,399-mile trip, and already the Clippers appeared completely drained. They couldn't sustain any offensive rhythm. Shooting guard J.J. Redick could only watch from the bench because of back spasms. Even more painful was the Clippers' tendency to play at the preferred plodding pace of the lowly Utah Jazz. The Clippers finally put a stop to the madness by getting stops in the final minutes of a 94-89 victory Wednesday night at EnergySolutions Arena, stretching their winning streak to six games. They held the Jazz to 17 points in the fourth quarter, including only four points in the final 4 minutes 21 seconds. "It's what...

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