Clippers hit 15 triples, assert mastery of lowly Lakers
Jamal Crawford celebrates his three-point basket with DeAndre Jordan. AP

CHRIS Paul scored 27 points in three quarters and J.J. Redick added 24 points as the Clippers won their second straight game, a 133-109 rout of the Lakers on Tuesday (Wednesday, Manila time) in Los Angeles.

It was another easy outing for the Clippers, who have won 17 of the last 19 meetings against their city rivals as Paul sat out the final period.

Eight Clippers scored in double figures, Austin Rivers had 17 and Jamal Crawford with 15 off the bench. DeAndre Jordan and Blake Griffin finished with 12 points each.

The Clippers (42-29, fifth in the West) held a shooting clinic from downtown, making 15 of 33 3-pointers, and their starters sat out the entire fourth quarter for the second consecutive game.

Brandon Ingram scored 21 points for the cellar-dwelling Lakers, who fell to their sixth straight loss (20-51).

Julius Randle added 19 and D’Angelo Russell finished with 18 markers.

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