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NBA: Los Angeles Clippers 129, Dallas 127

Jan. 16, 2014 at 1:34 AM   |   Comments

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16 (UPI) -- Jamal Crawford's free throws finished an amazing Los Angeles comeback Wednesday and the Clippers stole a 129-127 win from Dallas.

The Mavericks trailed by one heading into the fourth period and then surged to an apparent victory when they built a 17-point lead with 4:49 to go.

Los Angeles, however, outscored Dallas the rest of the way 23-4 and held the Mavericks scoreless for the final 2:57.

Dallas missed its last six shots, four of the attempts coming from Dirk Nowitzki, and the Mavericks turned it over on their final possession.

Crawford's two free throws with 11 seconds remaining gave the Clippers a 128-127 lead, after which Jose Calderon missed a 3-point try.

The Clippers won their fourth in a row and ended the Dallas winning streak at three.

J.J. Redick led Los Angeles with 33 points, Matt Barnes had 25 off the bench and Blake Griffin chipped in 23.

Nowitzki scored 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds, but he made only 8-of-22 shots from the field.

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