Paul, Clippers Too Much for Lakers

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LOS ANGELES – Chris Paul might not have the broadest of shoulders, but Friday night at Staples Center, he proved he could put his team on his back.

Paul scored the Clippers’ final eight points, including a tough jumper over Kobe Bryant in the final 20 seconds to secure a 107-102 victory.

Paul finished with 30 points, 13 assists and six rebounds in the win. Bryant scored 38 to lead the Lakers.

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