HOUSTON (AP) The Los Angeles Clippers entered their game against the Houston Rockets without star point guard Chris Paul and by halftime they were down another point guard and coach Doc Rivers.
James Harden had a triple-double with 30 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists and the Rockets rolled to a 140-116 victory Friday night.
Clippers guard Austin Rivers and father/coach Doc Rivers were both ejected in the second quarter as Los Angeles dropped its fifth straight.
”(The Rockets) played great and it’s a shame that how beautiful they played will be marred by this crap,” Doc Rivers said. ”Because they played great and we didn’t play well.”
It’s the seventh triple-double this season for Harden and his third straight 30-point game. Montrezl Harrell added a career-high 29 points to help Houston win its third in a row.
Raymond Felton had a season-high 26 points to lead the Clippers.
The Rockets had allowed what was once a 25-point lead to dwindle to six points early in the fourth quarter before scoring the next 13 points to make it 126-104 with just under seven minutes remaining. Harrell made six points to power that run and the Clippers went more than four minutes without scoring.
”They made some big shots and tough shots and got it to six,” Harden said.
Article source: http://www.foxsports.com/nba/story/james-harden-has-triple-double-rockets-top-clippers-140-116-123116
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