Clippers 116, Kings 81: Jamal Crawford scored 17 points and Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and Eric Bledsoe added 14 apiece as Los Angeles posted its fourth straight home victory over Sacramento.
DeAndre Jordan recorded 13 points, Matt Barnes chipped in 12 and Caron Butler had 11 for the Clippers, who have six of seven overall meetings with the Kings.
Marcus Thornton scored a game-high 20 points and Jason Thompson contributed 16 and 12 rebounds for Sacramento, which fell to 0-6 on the road and has lost nine of 11 overall.
Los Angeles used runs of 14-2 and 9-0 to end the first quarter with an 11-point advantage at 28-17. Two more substantial bursts in the second helped the Clippers carry a 58-34 lead into halftime as nine of the team's 11 active players scored points in the period.
The lead was stretched to 29 points after three quarters, and a pair of free throws by Ryan Hollins with 4:03 remaining in the fourth created the largest advantage of the game at 108-73. A driving layup by Bledsoe with 45.2 seconds left provided the final 35-point margin.
GAME NOTEBOOK: Los Angeles, which went 2-1 on its three-game homestand, shot 50 percent (12-of-24) from 3-point range and committed only five turnovers. ... Clippers G Chauncey Billups had six points and three assists in his second game of the season. Billups, who made his season debut against Minnesota on Wednesday, had been sidelined since Feb. 6 with a torn left Achilles tendon. ... Kings G Tyreke Evans missed his third consecutive game with a bruised left knee.