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LAst Night's Action: Clippers Are Still the Clippers
Chris Paul is just too much to handle for the Clips. AP Photo/Hector Mata
New Orleans Hornets defeat LA Clippers 99-87. Clippers rookie sensation Eric Gordon proved that his one year at Indiana wasn't a fluke. He led the Clippers with 25 points while not Anthony Morrow-esque is still nothing to sneeze at. While three other starters scored double digits, it was still too little to combat the Hornets. Chris Paul had his sixth career triple-double with 14 points, 10 rebounds and 17 assists. David West made up for Paul's relative lack of scoring leading all scorers with 27 points.
Anaheim Ducks defeat Colorado Avalanche 4-1. Teemu Selanne scored twice on power play goals to help the Ducks reverse their recent spate of home ineptitude. Goalie Jean-Sebastian Giguere only let one shot scoot past him out of 30 shots.
New Jersey Nets at LA Lakers. The Lakers hopefully will strengthen their D against Vince Carter who took it to his former team the Toronto Raptors over the weekend. 7:30 pm FSWest, AM 570 KLAC.
LA Kings at Calgary Flames. Nope. You don't get to watch this game. Sorry! 6:30 pm AM 1150 KTLK.
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