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11-5, 1st in Pacific
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Harrell, Williams rally surging Clippers past Hawks 127-119

Montrezl Harrell had 25 points and 11 rebounds, Lou Williams added 16 points and a season-high 11 assists, and the Los Angeles Clippers rallied past the struggling Atlanta Hawks 127-119 on Monday night to win their fifth straight game.

Harrell banks in and-1 (0:20)
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2dNick DePaula

Who had the best sneakers of Week 5 in the NBA?

From a Stan Lee tribute shoe to retro Shaquille O'Neal kicks, NBA players continued to show their creativity through their choice of sneakers.

Harrell with fast-break slam (0:17)
Williams drains clutch 3 to break tie late (0:15)
Gortat sends nice dish to Harris for the slam (0:22)
Harrell flushes it home (0:16)
Harrell attacks the rim with two-handed jam (0:16)
Stephen A: Harrell closest thing to Rodman in today's NBA (1:12)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

On what this win over Golden State shows about the Clippers, Lou Williams said, "We know it's a name game but we got a good team too."

Lou Williams flips in crazy and-1 in OT (0:26)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked what people might be missing with the Clippers considering all the attention in LA is on the Lakers, Doc Rivers said the Clippers are "fun" to watch and will compete. But he also said he doesn't blame people focusing more on the Lakers because "the Lakers have LeBron James."

8d

Clippers snap home skid against Warriors with 121-116 OT win

Lou Williams scored 10 of his 25 points in overtime after the Clippers blew a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter, and Los Angeles hung on Monday night to beat the Golden State Warriors at home for the first time in nearly four years, 121-116.

Gilgeous-Alexander steals inbounds, finishes at other end (0:19)
Harrell drives past Iguodala for and-1 (0:19)
Gallinari sinks and-1 falling to the floor (0:16)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers says he was as proud of the Clippers franchise as he's ever been when it decided to wear the "Enough" shirts. "I'm very proud that we took a stand," Rivers said. "We all have to."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers says Marcin Gortat will start again tonight against Golden State.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Clippers will soon begin selling those black "Enough" T-shirts, which on the back listed the names of the victims of the shooting that took place in Thousand Oaks earlier this week. All proceeds will go to the Ventura County Community Foundation. They got a lot of requests for them. Lakers and Hawks will wear them tonight.

Williams wins it for Clippers with tough runner (0:40)
Lopez, Scott exchange flurry of 3-pointers (0:42)
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10dKevin Arnovitz

Clippers, Bucks say 'enough' to mass shootings

The Clippers and Bucks honored the victims of this week's mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California, by wearing black T-shirts emblazoned with "Enough" across their chests and the victims' names on the back during warm-ups before Saturday's game.

Team Stats

Points Per Game117.93rd
Rebounds Per Game46.89th
Assists Per Game22.6Tied-20th
Points Allowed112.820th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-19115.688
2017-184240.512
2016-175131.622
2015-165329.646
2014-155626.683