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NBA scores: Lakers, Clippers drop Black Friday games

A full NBA schedule on Friday featured both Los Angeles teams struggling on the road.

Cary Emondson-US PRESSWIRE

The Clippers and Lakers both were in action on Friday, and both lost away from home. The Lakers took a trip to Memphis and fell 106-98 to the Western Conference-leading Grizzlies. Kobe Bryant led the Lakers with 30 points, despite struggling from the field. He did much of his work at the free-throw line, where he knocked down 13-of-14 attempts.

Chris Paul and the Clippers struggled to hit shots in an 86-76 loss at Brooklyn. The Clippers hit on just 40 percent of their field-goal attempts, while the Nets buried 46 percent of theirs.

New York traveled to Houston to face former guard Jeremy Lin, and left with a 131-103 blowout loss. James Harden was efficient in putting up 33 points on just 15 shots. Harden hit all 15 of his free throws.

Elsewhere, Boston took down Oklahoma City, 108-100, in a high-profile matchup. Paul Pierce scored 27 points to pace the Celtics.

Full list of scores from Friday:

Hawks 101, Bobcats 91

Magic 108, Cavaliers 104

Nets 86, Clippers 76

Celtics 108, Thunder 100

Pistons 91, Raptors 90

Grizzlies 106, Lakers 98

Rockets 131, Knicks 103

Nuggets 102, Warriors 91

Suns 111, Hornets 108 (OT)

Trail Blazers 103, Timberwolves 95

Jazz 104, Kings 102