The Los Angeles Clippers bounced back from their sloppy play in the final minutes against the Timberwolves, putting away the Toronto Raptors easily with the final score 103-91. Mo Williams has been playing out of his shoes lately, and had a huge second half finishing with 26 points and leading all scorers. Williams has averaged a point per minute in his last 74 minutes of play.
While the Clippers had a sizable lead at halftime, Mo Williams was the story of the second half. He scored the Clippers' first 19 points of the fourth quarter, capping it off with a reverse layup with 4:16 left in the quarter. He was 3-6 from behind the three point arc and 7-7 from the free throw line.
DeAndre Jordan was huge in the first half, with a double double by halftime. He only scored one point in the second half, but did finish the game leading all rebounders with 16 boards. Chauncey Billups was big with 14 rebounds.
The Clippers were actually outscored in the fourth quarter, after leading by as much as 20. William's hot hand was nothing if not timely. Four of the five Clipper starters finished with double digit points, with William's points coming off the bench.
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