Paul turned the ball over in the closing seconds to seal Memphis' win on Monday, but the All-Star point guard, who also dished out 13 assists, made amends with a stellar fourth-quarter performance.
Los Angeles, which had dropped two straight coming in, outscored the Grizzlies in the second half 56-38 and saw five players finish in double figures.
Both playoff contenders played a Memphis pace in the first quarter, and even though the Clippers sped things up a bit in the second, it was a 41-41 contest entering halftime.
Then the 3-pointers started falling for LA. After hitting just 2-of-14 from long range in the first half, the Clippers drained five from the perimeter in the opening 6:38 of the third. Redick made one on consecutive possessions and Matt Barnes bookended the stretch with 3s, including one that gave the visitors their largest lead at the point at 62-47.
Courtney Lee pulled the Grizzlies back within single digits with back-to-back 3-pointers, but Memphis still trailed 69-62 entering the fourth and missed eight of nine shots to start the frame.
Paul put the game away with 11 points during a three-minute span, as his 3- pointer pushed the Clippers' lead to 86-70 with just over four minutes left.
The Grizzlies had won eight of the previous nine meetings ... Memphis shot 3- of-12 from 3-point range and 37.9 percent overall ... Barnes rounded out LA's double-digit scorers with 13 points.