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After Victory vs. Kings 122-108, LA Clippers to Push vs. Hawks

After Victory vs. Kings 122-108, LA Clippers to Push vs. Hawks

The Los Angeles Clippers is certainly gearing up in full blast for another win against the Atlanta Hawks.

After being victorious in three of their recent four basketball matches, Doc Rivers’s team dominated the game against the Sacramento Kings, 122-108 on Sunday.

The Clippers has actually collected three other victories this month besides this successful basketball game at the Staples Center.

Among them are against the San Antonio Spurs, the Miami Heat, and the Chicago Bulls.

On 45.5 percent shooting, the Los Angeles team is permitting 113.4 points. In addition, it is averaging 113.9 points on 47 percent shooting.

The highest double-digit scorer, Tobias Harris, is averaging eight rebounds and 21.1 points. During the Sunday game, the power forward boosted the Clippers by contributing 18 points.

Harris also executed a three-point shot-clock buzzer beater. Furthermore, going into the fourth quarter, he stunned with another three-point shot.

The Clippers further staved off the Kings from winning through power forward Montrezl Harrell who was able to basket an impressive 25 points.

Harrell is key in the team, grabbing 6.8 rebounds. Heading into the fourth quarter, his slam dunk led Clippers to an ascendant 87-76.

Shooting guard Lou Williams, who is the Clippers’ third double-digit scorer, helped his team by adding 12 points and 10 assists.

Although the Sacramento Kings was able to trim down their deficit from 16 points down to seven during the third quarter, the team actually never had the chance to lead in the game against the Clippers.

Kings’ center Willie Cauley-Stein contributed a basket and an astonishing dunk and shooting guard Bogdan Bogdanovic delivered six consecutive points.

Meanwhile, the Atlanta Hawks’ preparation is underway as they will meet the Clippers.

After getting defeated in six of their recent nine basketball matches, the Hawks can leverage on their highest scorers.

The team’s power forward, John Collins, can make it difficult for the Los Angeles squad to earn their victory. Averaging of 10.2 rebounds and 19.4 points, he is the Hawks’ top scorer.

In addition, point guard Trae Young who averages 7.3 assists and 16.2 points as well as the third double-digit scorer, Hawks shooting guard Kent Bazemore, can help the Atlanta team dominate the upcoming match.

The Clippers will host the Hawks on Monday at the Staples Center.

Emma is a Sports writer and loves talking and learning about new Sports. She studied journalism at The City College of New York. She loves watching American Sports as well as watching her children play. When she gets some free time she likes to read books by "Jacqueline Wilson".