Schedule hit with postponements due to inclement weather…
Los Angeles Clippers star Jamal Crawford scored 19 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter on Monday night to help lead his team to a comeback win over the Denver Nuggets.
The Clippers trailed by 10 early in the fourth quarter before Crawford found his scoring touch as he also scored their last five points and had a key save that led to a basket in the closing seconds.
Matt Barnes added 18 points, Blake Griffin had 14 points, nine rebounds and 10 assists while Chris Paul scored 15 as the Clippers improve to 31-14 for the season.
Elsewhere in the West, the Memphis Grizzlies were also victorious with both Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol putting up double-doubles to lead the team to a win over the Orlando Magic,
Randolph had 24 points and 10 rebounds while Gasol added 16 points and 10 boards as the Grizzlies dominated inside to give them a third straight win to move to 32-12.
It was almost a clean sweep for the West on Monday with both the New Orleans Pelicans and Oklahoma City Thunder also winning against the Philadelphia 76ers and Minnesota Timberwolves respectively.
Anthony Davis dominated against the Sixers and finished the game with 32 points and 10 rebounds along with three assists, three steals and four blocks.
Meanwhile, Kevin Durant sat out the game against Minnesota with a sprained toe, but it was Russell Westbrook and Serge Ibaka who took care of business in his absence with the latter putting up 13 points and 19 rebounds.
However, the Boston Celtics ensured that at least one team from the East won on the night with a battling road win over the Utah Jazz.
Tayshaun Prince scored 19 points and dished out five assists in the win to lead the charge with three others scoring in double figures while Gordon Hayward led the way for the hosts with 26 points.
Orlando Magic 94-103 Memphis Grizzlies
Philadelphia 76ers 74-99 New Orleans Pelicans
Minnesota Timberwolves 84-92 Oklahoma City Thunder
Boston Celtics 99-90 Utah Jazz
Denver Nuggets 98-102 Los Angeles Clippers