Guard Darrick Martin, who had missed 16 of 19 shots in his previous two games, broke out of his slump in Thursday's three-point victory at New Jersey.
Martin made six of 10 shots and scored a season-best 20 points as the Clippers defeated the Nets, 119-116.
"I knew [the slump] wouldn't last," Martin said. "It was just a passing thing."
Martin got off to a good start, making four of his first five shots, two of them three-pointers, and scoring 11 points in the first quarter. He even had a rare four-point play when he was fouled by Kendall Gill after making a three-point shot in the first quarter.
Forward Lorenzen Wright has missed seven of the last eight games because of knee and ankle injuries, and he says he's frustrated.
"It's real hard sitting on the bench watching," Wright said. "I fidget and start talking to people, trying to keep my mind off the game because I want to play so badly."