Clippers Vs. Spurs Final Score: Chris Paul, Mo Williams Lead L.A. To First Win In San Antonio In 10 Years

Chris Paul had 36 points and 11 assists to lead the Los Angeles Clippers to a 120-108 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night, snapping a 17-game losing streak for the Clippers in San Antonio. The last win for the Clippers on the road against the Spurs came on January 31, 2002.

Mo Williams was on fire off the bench, scoring 33 points in 35 minutes. He made 12 of 19 field goals, including seven of nine shots from beyond the three-point arc. The Clippers had a great shooting night, making 51.2% from the field, 14 of 27 three-pointers, and 20 of 24 from the free throw line (83.3%).

Blake Griffin added 15 points and nine boards for the Clippers. So far this season, the Clippers have ended a 16-game losing streak in Utah, a nine-game losing streak in Denver, a nine-game losing streak to the Magic, and tonight's 17-game eraser in San Antonio.

Manu Ginobili led San Antonio with 22 points, one of five Spurs to score in double figures. Gary Neal added 18 points and five assists.

The Clippers return home to host the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night, the start of a six-game homestand.

For more information and analysis of Clippers basketball, be sure to read Clips Nation.

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