LOS ANGELES, Jan. 6 (UPI) -- Chris Paul
scored 27 points, handed out nine assists and gathered five rebounds Sunday, keying the Los Angeles Clippers' 115-89 rout of Golden State.
Paul connected on 5-of-6 3-point tries and led a contingent of seven Clippers scoring in double figures as Los Angeles dominated from start to finish.
Blake Griffin added 20 points, seven assists and five boards, and Eric Bledsoe came off the bench to fire in 17 points for Clippers, who won a second straight to improve to 27-8 on the season.
Los Angeles got another 13 points and eight rebounds from DeAndre Jordan.
Klay Thompson scored 14 points for the Warriors, who saw their four-game winning streak halted.
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