Tobias Harris

76ers play aggressor in 119-113 win over Clippers

The Los Angeles Clippers’ intensity fell to match the aggressive play of the Philadelphia 76ers on New Year’s Day. Jimmy Butler and Avery Bradley shoved each other after fighting for a rebound and were immediately hit with double technical fouls that led to both players being ejected with 7:01 remaining in the fourth quarter. By that time, the 76ers (24-14) were already clinging onto a 15-point advantage and then Joel Embiid returned to the floor to hand the Clippers (21-16) a 119-113 loss Tuesday night at Staples Center. Embiid recorded his NBA-leading 32nd double-double of the season with 28 points

Los Angeles improves to 7-1 at home; Victorious over Spurs

The Los Angeles Clippers are quickly becoming one of the most underrated teams in the NBA and have now improved to 7-1 at home. Lou Williams poured in 23 points off the bench, Danilo Gallinari and Tobias Harris added 19 and 18 points respectively, to give the Clippers (9-5) a 116-111 victory over the San Antonio Spurs (7-7) Thursday night at Staples Center.

Williams saves the day; Clippers escape with OT win over Warriors

Just two days after Lou Williams hit a driving game-winning layup with .3 seconds remaining in overtime that gave the Los Angeles Clippers a 128-116 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday. Williams came up huge again Monday night at Staples Center, scoring the Clippers’ final 10 points in overtime, as he propelled Los Angeles to a 121-116 victory over the two-time reigning champion Golden State Warriors. “Lou is like all great scorers,” said Clippers Coach Doc Rivers. “Every miss, they think they’re closer to getting hot, not that it’s a bad night.” Even after shooting 3 of 16 through