The Lakers and Clippers are battling it out for the first time this season in hopes of claiming Los Angeles, finally opening the 2013-14 NBA regular season.
Follow along for highlights from tonight’s contest.
Here are two of J.J. Redick‘s 12 first-quarter points. He is shooting 5-for-7 tonight, including 2-for-2 from long distance.
Here is the blur that is former UCLA guard Darren Collison, who tacks on two points here.
The Lakers showed off an alley-oop of their own as Pau finds Chris Kaman for the finish.
Don’t give the ball to a big man and make him dribble it. The heads-up play by the Clippers led to a Crawford three pointer as the Clippers hold on to their lead.
Jordan is doing his best to try and join Griffin and Chris Paul and form a Big Three. He currently has 16 points to go with 11 rebounds and three blocks. Check out this put back.
Wesley Johnson buries this three pointer to give the Lakers an eight point lead.
Welcome back to the Lakers, Jordan Farmar, who goes from end-to-end for this lay up as they have completely taken over in the fourth quarter.
When’s the last time you have seen the Lakers have this much fun? And Kobe Bryant hasn’t played a second in this game.
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