Lou Williams Helps Lead COMEBACK With 36 & 11 Off the Bench | April 15, 2019

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After being down by 31 points with 7:31 remaining in the 3rd quarter, the Clippers outscored the Warriors 72-37 over the final 19:29 to complete the largest comeback in NBA Playoff history to win 135-131. The previous record was 29 points by the Lakers on 5/14/1989 vs Seattle.

Lou Williams recorded 36 points (29 in the 2nd half) and 11 assists off the bench for the Clippers, becoming the first player since 1970-71 to record 35+ points and 10+ assists off the bench in a postseason game. With his 36 points, Williams set a new franchise playoff record for points off the bench. Additionally, Montrezl Harrell became the 9th player in NBA Playoffs history to shoot a perfect 100% from the floor with 9+ made field goals as he finished with 25 points (9-9 FG) and 10 rebounds in the victory. Stephen Curry led the Warriors with 29 points (8-18 FG) and 6 assists in the losing effort. Game 3 will take place in Los Angeles on Thursday April 18 at 10:30 p.m. ET on TNT.

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36 thoughts on “Lou Williams Helps Lead COMEBACK With 36 & 11 Off the Bench | April 15, 2019

  1. How could we have let him go? I would have been happy with him LeBron and Randle. Lopez was ballin‘ aswell this season. Magic messed my Lakers up good. Smh..

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