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Clippers dominate late to defeat Kings

Having watched his team give up at least 122 points in eight consecutive games, Sacramento coach Luke Walton set a small goal for his team before tipoff inside Staples Center. “I’ll settle for anything under 120 right now,” Walton said. He got his wish Wednesday against the Los Angeles Clippers. It still didn’t help. Behind Paul George’s 19 points and 12 assists, and Kawhi Leonard’s 32 points, ...

Having watched his team give up at least 122 points in eight consecutive games, Sacramento coach Luke Walton set a small goal for his team before tipoff inside Staples Center.

“I’ll settle for anything under 120 right now,” Walton said.

He got his wish Wednesday against the Los Angeles Clippers. It still didn’t help.

Behind Paul George’s 19 points and 12 assists, and Kawhi Leonard’s 32 points,

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