NBA: Los Angeles Clippers 96, Atlanta 82

March 15, 2012 at 1:23 AM

LOS ANGELES, March 15 (UPI) -- Mo Williams scored 26 points off the bench Wednesday in pacing the Los Angeles Clippers to their fourth straight win, 96-82 over Atlanta.

Only Blake Griffin played more minutes for the Clippers than did Williams, who was on the court for 31 minutes while making 9-of-18 shots. Eric Bledsoe also came off the bench, producing 14 points, while Griffin took only nine shots and scored 12 points.

The Clippers outscored the Hawks in every quarter and Atlanta closed out a six-game road trip 2-4.

Joe Johnson had 19 points for the Hawks and Josh Smith added 18.

The Clippers remained two games behind the Los Angeles Lakers for first place in the Pacific Division.

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