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Clippers Tickets

Both the Clippers and Mavericks are on a three game winning streak now one of them will be stopped tonight. The Clips are coming off a 36 point trashing over the hobbled LA Lakers as well as wins against the Orlando Magic and Doc Rivers old team the Boston Celtics. A win tonight against the Mavs would give the Clippers a perfect four game homestand as well as six wins in their last seven games.

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Mavericks Vs Clippers Tickets

Mavericks Vs Clippers

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The Clips have won four of their last five games against the Mavericks including DeAndre Jordans 25 points and 18 rebounds win on Jan 3. Both the Clips and Mavs rank among the NBA’s top ten scoring teams with the Clippers averaging 105.3 and the Mavs 103.1 per game. .

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Mavericks 91 Lakers 96 (recap)

Dallas Mavericks 91 Los Angeles Lakers 96

Wednesday, February 22, 2012 9:30 PM
Location –   American Airlines Center, Dallas, Texas
Officials –   #24 Mike Callahan, #30 John Goble, #60 James Williams
Attendance –    20577
Mavericks Vs Lakers Tickets averaged from $40.00 to $500 a ticket. We stock Lakers Tickets for all home and away games.

LAKERS 96, MAVERICKS 91: Pau Gasol had 24 points and nine rebounds Andrew Bynum had 19 points and 14 rebounds as visiting Los Angeles got past Dallas in the start of a difficult back-to-back trip.

Kobe Bryant had 15 points, but was just 4 of 15 from the field for the Lakers, who are just 6-11 on the road and travel to face the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday. The Thunder are an NBA-best 14-1 at home.

Gasol had 16 in the first half for the Lakers, making their first trip to Dallas since the Mavericks eliminated them in the Western Conference semifinals in 2011.

Derek Fisher came up big for the Lakers late in the fourth quarter and scored 15 points. Matt Barnes had nine points and nine rebounds.

Dirk Nowitzki had 25 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Mavericks (21-13).

Vince Carter appeared to be on his way to a monster game with 18 first-half points, but he scored just two in the second half. Jason Terry scored 16. Brendan Haywood grabbed 11 rebounds.

The Lakers went on a 12-0 run for a 42-28 lead in the second quarter, but the Mavericks stormed back with a 20-6 run to tie the score at 48 at halftime.

The teams stayed even throughout the third quarter and deep until the fourth before Fisher’s 25-foot 3-pointer and drive to the lane gave the Lakers an 89-82 lead. Bynum made it 93-86 but Terry made a deep 3-pointer and Nowitzki tipped in a shot with 27.1 seconds remaining. Matt Barnes made two free throws and Fisher added one for a 96-91 lead.

GAME NOTEBOOK: Former Laker Lamar Odom missed the game with what coach Rick Carlisle said was an excused absence to attend to a family matter in Los Angeles. Carlisle said Odom would rejoin the Mavericks after the All-Star break. … Dallas owner Mark Cuban has no sympathy for the Lakers, but said he does miss Phil Jackson. “Phil was smart,” Cuban told the Los Angeles Times. “He was fun to mess with, knowing that he’d come right back, return volley, and I’d return volleys like a good tennis match. The volleys went on and on. They got more intense. I really miss that. … You don’t often find the perfect bucket boy.” … Dallas was just 8 of 32 on 3-pointers.

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