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Clippers edge Suns after leading by 31 points in first half

For four minutes of Sunday’s first half, the Los Angeles Clippers could not miss, scoring 23 unanswered points against a Phoenix team whose hot start this season was built on defense. The run ballooned the Clippers’ lead to 31 points, and the finale of their two-game road trip appeared to be headed in the direction of so many other games this season — a blowout. But then, for three minutes ...

For four minutes of Sunday’s first half, the Los Angeles Clippers could not miss, scoring 23 unanswered points against a Phoenix team whose hot start this season was built on defense.

The run ballooned the Clippers’ lead

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