Richard Jefferson and Manu Ginobili each scored 22 points and Tony Parker added 21 and nine assists as the San Antonio Spurs defeated the visiting Los Angeles Clippers, 107-95, on Wednesday for their fifth consecutive victory.
San Antonio (6-1) connected on 11-of-17 3-pointers en route to defeating Los Angeles for the 18th straight time.
Rasual Butler scored 18 points for the Clippers, who completed an 0-4 road trip and fell to 1-8.
Los Angeles played without leading scorer Eric Gordon (shoulder), center Chris Kaman (ankle) and guards Baron Davis (knee) and Randy Foye (hamstring).
Jefferson (4-of-6) and Ginobili (3-of-5) combined for seven of San Antonio’s treys. Antonio McDyess had nine rebounds for the Spurs, who held a 41-33 advantage on the glass.
Clippers forward Craig Smith had 15 points on 6-of-6 shooting. Ryan Gomes and rookies Blake Griffin and Eric Bledsoe all scored 11.
Spurs forward Tim Duncan had just six points in 22 minutes.