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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Welp, Clippers fans head for the exits.

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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs go up 77-73 at end of the third, thanks to a big three-pointer from Manu Ginobili. Kawhi Leonard picked up his fifth foul with 7:13 left in the third quarter, and the Spurs have fought hard to not only stay in it, but take the lead. LaMarcus Aldridge has 10 rebounds, followed by Dewayne Dedmon and Pau Gasol with 9 apiece.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

So Kawhi Leonard's six assists in the first half were the most in any half he's produced in his career. And the Spurs connected on 6 of 7 off Leonard's passes in the first half, per the good folks @ESPNStatsInfo

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs lead 47-42 at half over the Clippers. San Antonio's bigs are ballin. LaMarcus Aldridge and Dewayne Dedmon have 7 rebounds apiece. Pau Gasol is 3 of 3 from deep for 9 points.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Jimmy Butler, on taking the big shots late: "I know I better make those bad babies if they're keep putting the ball in my hands. That's how I think. I think every shot that I shoot is going to go in. In that situation, when coach [Hoiberg] is over there saying, "We don't need a 3, we can take a two. Yeah, ok." Everybody was like 'Let's go. Shoot it. Score it.' That's building up on confidence I already have."

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

At the end of 1, the Spurs lead 18-13. Kawhi Leonard leads the way with 6 points followed by LaMarcus Aldridge with 5. The Spurs' 8 turnovers are the most they've had in a quarter this season. But they held LAC to 13 points their season low in a quarter at home.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Happy birthday to Chuck the Condor. Lots of mascots showed up to celebrate.

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Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Strange game. Bulls win 128-121 in OT. Bulls were down 11 with 4:31 left in regulation. Butler and Wade struggled early but closed very well late. Butler went 5-for-8 in the fourth quarter and OT.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Raptors 107, Celtics 97: The race for the No. 2 seed in the East just got more interesting as the Kyle Lowry-less Raptors received a career-high 43 points from DeMar DeRozan while rallying from 17-point first-half deficit. New additions Serge Ibaka (15 points, 7 rebounds) and P.J. Tucker (9 points, 10 rebounds) aided Toronto's comeback. Isaiah Thomas with a quiet 20 points.