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Houston Rockets Lose To Los Angeles Clippers 117-109

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The Houston Rockets were unable to slow down the red hot Los Angeles Clippers as they fall to them 117-109 last night.

James Harden led the Rockets in scoring with 23 points.  Chandler Parsons contributed to the Rockets efforts with 17 points.  Carlos Delfino added 16 points for Houston.  Jeremy Lin and Marcus Morris rounded out the scoring with 12 points each.  The Rockets are now on a four-game losing streak.

On the other side of the court, Jamal Crawford led the Clippers in scoring with a season-high 30 points.  Blake Griffin and Eric Bledsoe contributed with 19 points each.  Matt Barnes rounded out the scoring with 18 points.  The Clippers were playing without star guard Chris Paul and outscored the Rockets 12-7 in the fourth quarter to put the game on Ice.

Houston hits the road to take on the Dallas Mavericks tonight.  Tip off is at 7 pm.

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