Clippers Broke its Losing Skid, Thanks to Harden’s 4-Point Play

Clippers Broke its Losing Skid, Thanks to Harden’s 4-Point Play

The Los Angeles Clippers broke its losing skid after it won against the Houston Rockets 106-100. Also, James Harden’s four-point play was instrumental to the win. He drew a foul from Jae-Sean Tate and scored beyond the three-point arc. It was the team’s first win after acquiring Harden.

On the game-winning possession, Harden buried the most incredible jumper of his brief stint with his hometown team after Jabari Smith Jr. had coaxed Kawhi Leonard into a turnover. Harden scored a season-high 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the win over the Rockets, his team from 2012 to 2021.

According to bookie pay per head reports, the Clippers averted their longest losing streak since the 2019 signings of Leonard and Paul George. The latter had 23 points and eight rebounds. Also, Kawhi Leonard scored two free throws in the last second.

The Rockets’ six-game winning streak ended despite Alperen Sengun’s 23 points and eight boards. The Rockets let up a 12-1 run in the fourth quarter, which the Clippers used to win. In the first of Houston’s three games in California, Jalen Green scored 20 points, while Fred VanVleet dished out 19 points and ten assists.

Clippers Broke Its Losing Skid

Clippers Broke its Losing Skid, Thanks to Harden’s 4-Point PlayAfter being benched by the Clippers for roster harmony, Russell Westbrook scored eight points in 17 minutes. It looked like the adjustments were helping for short periods, but ultimately, Los Angeles still had trouble pulling away until their stars took over in the final minutes.

According to basketball news reports, the win was the Clippers’ first in the tournament, while the loss was the Rockets’ second. Neither team was able to pull ahead by a significant margin. A driving layup by George with 2:02 remaining cut Houston’s lead to 99-94, and then Harden drove and passed to Ivica Zubac for the game-winning slam.

After Leonard fouled Sengun with 29 seconds left, Sengun hit one of two free throws to even the score at 100.

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