Clippers end game on 22-0 run to stun Nets

(R-L) Terance Mann #14, Russell Westbrook #0 and Bones Hyland #5 of the LA Clippers celebrate after a 125-114 win over the Brooklyn Nets at Crypto.com Arena on January 21, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. Harry How/Getty Images/AFP

Russell Westbrook sparked an incredible fightback by the Los Angeles Clippers to stun the visiting Brooklyn Nets, 125-114, Sunday.

The Clippers went on a blistering 22-0 run to close the game after trailing, 114-103, with less than six minutes left.

Westbrook had 23 points and nine rebounds while James Harden notched a double-double with 24 points and a game-high 10 assists.

LAC outscored the Nets 41-15 in the 4Q and ended the game on a 22-0 run to grab the win!

Watch every bucket from the final stretch as the Clippers catch fire 🔥 pic.twitter.com/fxHkhKIHYQ

— NBA (@NBA) January 21, 2024

“We came out and competed all night long. We never gave up,” Westbrook said. “We fought adversity and came out with a win so I’m really proud of our guys.”

Kawhi Leonard added 21 points for the Clippers, who won for the eighth time in 10 games, improving to 27-14 and fourth in the West.

The Clippers outscored Brooklyn 41-15 in the fourth quarter.

Mikal Bridges led the Nets (17-25), who were coming off a big win over the Los Angeles Lakers, with 26 points while Cam Thomas added 20.

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