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Clippers to play at Oklahoma City on Wednesday

The Clippers won three of four games against the Thunder last season.

November 17, 2012
  • Dorward Blake Griffin points to guard Chris Paul after scoring as Heat forward Shane Battier looks on during the second half of the Clippers' 107-100 win over Miami.
Dorward Blake Griffin points to guard Chris Paul after scoring as Heat forward… (Mark J. Terrill / Associated…)

Looking ahead

Clippers at Oklahoma City, Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. PST

These are two young powerhouses in the West. The Thunder's expected return trip to the Finals seemed to hit a detour when they unloaded James Harden, the sixth man of the year, to Houston. But his replacement Kevin Martin can find the net, Serge Ibaka is developing a jump shot and Kevin Durant is hitting the boards better than ever. The Clippers, already with All-Stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, loaded up their reserves in the off-season, including former sixth man of the year Jamal Crawford, who can outscore an opponent's entire bench. The Clippers took three of four games from Oklahoma City last season.

—Barry Stavro

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