Clippers seal comfortable win over Minnesota on Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Clippers were largely untroubled as they sealed a 111-95 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves at the Staples Center on Wednesday night.
Having sealed a season sweep of rivals the Lakers as well as clinching their first division title, the Clippers reached another landmark by winning their 31st home game of the season.
That takes their record to 52-26 for the season, but they remain in fourth spot in the Western Conference, two games behind the Denver Nuggets.
Seven players ended the game in double scoring figures for the Clippers, with Blake Griffin and Chris Paul leading the way with 19 points apiece, the latter also posted up 11 assists and seven rebounds.
For the Timberwolves, Nikola Pekovic had a team-high 20 points, but didn’t have the support around him in order to pull off a shock.
The Clippers face the New Orleans Hornets on Friday, while Minnesota continue their road trip in Utah as they take on the Jazz.