Final: Clippers 123 - Sixers 78
Philadelphia: Thaddeus Young - 17 Pts, 11 Reb, 2 Ast
Los Angeles: Blake Griffin - 26 Pts, 11 Reb, 6 Ast
- The Clippers opened the game on a 30-5 run en route to outscoring the Sixers 46-15 in the first quarter.
- The 46-first quarter points were the most points allowed in any quarter this season.
- The Clippers 31-point lead after the first quarter was the largest first quarter lead in franchise history.
- Los Angeles started the game by shooting 72% in the first quarter while the Sixers were 5-for-27 in the opening frame.
- The Sixers shot just 8-for-52 (15.4%) in the first half with Thaddeus Young as the only Sixers player with more than one (4) first half field goals. Blake Griffin by himself was 7-for-9 in the first half for Los Angeles.
- Only eight teams in NBA history have been trailing by more than 39 points at halftime and the 39-point lead is the second largest halftime lead in the last 20 years.
- With 4:44 remaining in the third quarter, the Sixers finally get their second player with more than one field goal when Tony Wroten hit his second field goal.
- The Sixers trailed by as many as 56 points in the third quarter before ultimately trailing 100-51 heading into the fourth quarter.
- Wroten are lead all Sixers with 21 points and was one of three Sixers in double figures along with Young (15 points) and Michael Carter-Williams (14 points).
- The Sixers 45-point loss is their worst of the season topping their 37-point loss to the Bucks.
- The 45-point victory was the largest in Clippers franchise history.
- Los Angeles shot 56.2% from the field including 9-for-28 (32.1%) from beyond the arc while the Sixers shot 27-for-100 (27.0%) from the field and a devastating 3-for-28 (10.7%) from three-point range.
- Every 76er played at least 12 minutes.
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