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  • Baron Davis scored 25 points and the resurgent Clippers rallied for a 102-91 victory, snapping a nine-game losing streak in the battle of Los Angeles.
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  • vs.

    All-Time: 15-27 (Home: 8-13; Road: 7-14)
    2008-09: 1-1
    Current Overall Streak: Lost 1
    Home Streak: Won 1
    Last Win: November 29, 2008 (97-96)
    Last Loss: December 9, 2007 (100-94)
    Road Streak: Lost 1
    Last Win: March 10, 2008 (99-98)
    Last Loss: February 2, 2009 (119-95)
    Largest Margin of Victory:
    Home: 16 (108-92), February 28, 1992
    Road: 20 (111-91), November 5, 1988
    Largest Margin of Defeat:
    Home: 22 (120-98), March 17, 1995
    Road: 43 (126-83), December 29, 1994

    LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS (16-18) vs.
    MIAMI HEAT (17-16)

    Game #35
    Sunday, January 10th @ 12:30 pm (PST)
    STAPLES Center, Los Angeles, CA
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    • CONNECTIONS: Clippers guard Ricky Davis has had two stints with the Heat during his NBA career, playing in seven games for Miami in 2000-01 and then playing in 82 games last season for the Heat, averaging 13.8 ppg...Clippers forward Rasual butler was drafted in the second round by Miami (53rd overall) in 2002 and played three seasons (2002-2005) and appeared in 182 games with the Heat...Clippers forward Al Thornton attended Florida State University from 2003-2007....Miami assistant coach Bob McAdoo began his career with the Buffalo Braves, who later became the Los Angeles Clippers...McAdoo is still second on the franchise career leaderboard in points (9,434), scoring average (28.2) and holds the record for most points in a game (52)...Miami forward Yakhouba Diawara played two seasons at Pepperdine University from 2003-05 and was named to the First Team All West Coast Conference in 2003-04...Miami forward Quentin Richardson was drafted by the Clippers in the first round (18th overall) of the 2000 NBA Draft and played in 281 gamesand averaged 12.0 points from 2000-2004....The Clippers acquired Richardson again on July 17, 2009 from Memphis in exchange for Zach Randolph, who then traded him to Miinnesota in exchange for Craig Smith, Sebastian Telfair and Mark Madsen on July 20, 2009....Miami forward Dorell Wright was born in Los Angeles and played at Leuzinger High School in Lawndale.

    • 2008-09 CLIPPERS - HEAT HIGHLIGHTS: Nov. 29, 2008 - The Clippers defeated Miami 97-96...Zach Randolph and Al Thornton each scored 27 points and combined for 21 rebounds, leading the Clippers...Baron Davis, playing despite a stomach virus, had 15 points, nine assists and five rebounds... Rookie point guard Eric Gordon left because of a sore right hamstring with 1:41 left in the third quarter. He finished with five points in a foul-plagued 29 minutes...Dwyane Wade had 26 points, 11 assists and six rebounds for Miami, but the NBA scoring leader missed a desperation a 3- pointer as time expired...Miami forward Michael Beasley scored 24 points...The Clippers ran off 13 straight points to grab a 93-86 lead with 3 minutes to play.....Wade gave Miami a chance with a layup and a 3-pointer 26 seconds apart, and Udonis Haslem followed with a 17-footer that cut it to one with 7.6 seconds left...The Clippers called a timeout to get the ball to midcourt. Davis' inbounds pass was stolen by Wade, who fell out of bounds and collided with referee Courtney Kirkland just as he passed upcourt to Haslem. Kirkland huddled with referees Ron Olesiak and Greg Willard, and Miami was awarded possession with 7.2 seconds on the clock....Feb. 2, 2009 - Miami defeated the Clippers 119-85...Dwyane Wade had 32 points and nine assists, Michael Beasley added 18 points...Mario Chalmers scored 15 points, Udonis Haslem added 13... Zach Randolph, back after missing 19 games with a sore left knee, scored 21 points for the Clippers... Marcus Camby and Eric Gordon each added 12 for the Clippers... Miami controlled this one nearly start to finish, never trailing by more than three points in the early going and holding the lead for the game's final 33:33.

    • Clippers guard Sebastian Telfair scored a carere-high 30 points vs. Miami on Feb. 18, 2009, making a career-high six three-pointers and 10 foul shots.

    • Miami forward Yakhouba Diawara made his NBA debut at STAPLES Center Nov. 2, 2007 against the Clippers.

    • Miami center Jamaal Magloire was involved in a trade for current Clipper forward Brian Skinner on July 31, 2006, as the Bucks sent Magloire to Portland in exchange for Steve Blake, Ha Seung-Jin and Skinner.

    All starters are probable and subject to change


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    GAME #34
    Wednesday, January 6, 2010
    STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, Ca

    Baron Davis scored 25 points and the resurgent Clippers rallied for a 102-91 victory, snapping a nine-game losing streak in the battle of Los Angeles. Chris Kaman added 21 points and 14 rebounds, Eric Gordon 18, Rasual Butler 14 and Marcus Camby 13 rebounds for the Clippers, who beat the Lakers for the first time since April 12, 2007. The Clippers have won five straight at home for the first time since a six-game winning streak from Nov. 2-18, 2006.

    Kobe Bryant scored 33 points, Andrew Bynum added 15 points and 14 rebounds, Shannon Brown 15 points and Odom 16 rebounds as the Lakers' four-game winning streak ended.

    The Clippers twice led by 15 points in the third, maintaining a perilous lead after Bryant's 13-point barrage highlighted a 23-11 scoring spurt that drew the Lakers within two. The Lakers scored six straight to open the fourth and tie the game at 79 on Ron Artest's stepback jumper. The teams traded leads for the next few possessions until the Clippers ran off nine straight for a 92-83 lead. Gordon had four in a row and Butler capped the spurt with a 3-pointer. It was part of a 19-8 game-ending run for the Clippers, who had their longsuffering fans on their feet and cheering wildly in the closing minutes.

    The Clippers used a 14-3 run, including nine straight, to end the first half ahead 52-43. Six different players contributed, with Davis scoring four in a row. The Lakers shot 34 percent in the half, got outrebounded and had nine fewer assists than the Clippers' 17. The Clippers extended their lead to 64-49 before Bryant put on a show in his purple road jersey.

    He displayed all of his MVP moves, opening with an alley-oop dunk, hitting a 3-pointer that bounced once on the rim and went in, making a fadeaway jumper and a fastbreak driving dunk that got the Lakers to 73-63. Bynum's basket finally got them into single digits even though they didn't tie the game until the fourth.

    • The Clippers snapped a nine-game losing streak to the Los Angeles Lakers with their 102-91 victory over the Lakers on Jan. 6, 2010...It was the Clippers first victory over the Lakers since April 12, 2007...The Clippers win over the Lakers gives them victories in 2009-10 over both the Boston Celtics (24-8) and the Lakers (28-6)...The Clippers join the Phoenix Suns as the only team in the NBA to have beaten both the Celtics and the Lakers this season.

    • The Clippers won their 16th game of the season on Jan. 6, 2010, improving to 16-18 with a 102-91 win over the Lakers...Last season, the Clippers did not win their 16th game until March 15, 2009 when they defeated New Jersey 107-105...The Clippers won a total of 19 games in 2008-09.

    • The Clippers 102-91 victory over the Lakers on Jan. 6, 2010 was the club’s fifth straight win at STAPLES Center...The last time the Clippers won five straight home games was in the midst of a six-game STAPLES Center winning streak from Nov. 2, 2006 - Nov. 18, 2006.

    • RASUAL HEATING UP: Clippers forward Rasual Butler has been a strong performer in the last four games...In the last four contests, Butler is averaging 14 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.8 assists while shooting 46.6 percent (21-of-45) from the field and 11-of-25 (46 percent) from three-point range...This season, the Clippers are 9-8 when Butler is in the starting lineup.

    • STARTING OFF WELL: The Clippers used the starting lineup of Rasual Butler, Marcus Camby, Chris Kaman, Eric Gordon and Baron Davis for the seventh time in 2009-10 on Jan. 6, 2010...That starting group improved to 6-1 (.857) this season when beginning the game.

    • Clippers guard Baron Davis equaled his season-high with 25 points (10-18 FG, 1-3 3PT, 4-5 FT) and 10 assists on Jan. 6, 2010 in the Clippers win over the Lakers...It was the ninth points/assist double-double of the season for Davis, who totaled 13 points/assists double-doubles in all of 2008-09...It was the 13th time this season that Davis has scored 20 or more points, a mark he reached just 11 times last season...Davis has now scored 20+ points in three of the Clippers last five games and is averaging 19.2 points and 10.0 assists in those five games...Over the last five games, Davis is one of two point guards (Steve Nash) to average 10 assists and over 19 points.

    • For the first time in his three-year NBA career, Clippers forward Al Thornton played under 10 minutes in back-to-back games on Jan. 6, 2010 in the Clippers win over the Lakers...Thornton was limited to 6:26 and failed to score against the Lakers, after playing 9:02 in the Clippers previous game on Jan. 4, 2010 and scoring three points...Thornton has only failed to play under 10 minutes just five times in his NBA career.