The Clippers survived a challenging week, overcoming a huge deficit in Game 4 on Sunday to tie their second-round playoff series against the Oklahoma City Thunder 2-2.
Led by Chris Paul with 32 points and 10 assists, the team opened the week with an impressive 122-105 win on the road over the Thunder in Game 1.
Thunder stars Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook were tremendous in Wednesday's Game 2, a lopsided 112-101 win in favor of Oklahoma City -- that wasn't as close as the final score.
With the series shifting to Staples Center, Griffin gave the Clippers a strong performance in Game 3, but the Clippers still fell short, 98-96.
The Clippers were awful to start Game 4, falling behind by 22 points. A furious comeback and finish, led by Darren Collison's 12 fourth-quarter points, helped them even the series with a 101-99 victory.
Game 6 is set of Tuesday night in Oklahoma City.
Meanwhile, the Clippers appointed Richard Parsons as interim CEO, as the NBA worked to resolve ownership issues with the Sterling family.