Marcus Morris scored 25 points and three other starters had at least 20 points, takes the Los Angeles Clippers beats the Bucks 129-105 on Monday night for their sixth back-to-back win. The Milwaukee Bucks started nice but couldn’t keep up with the Los Angeles.
Kawhi Leonard added 23 points and nine rebounds, Reggie Jackson added 20 points, Luke Kennard had a season-high 21 points. Los Angeles owned a 25-6 edge in second-chance points and outrebounded the Bucks, 46-32.
The Clippers made 19 3-pointers, one-off their season-high. They hit eight in the fourth when they stretched a 13-point lead to 24 points. Kennard, starting in place of injured Paul George, made four 3s in a row while the Bucks managed just two points during a stretch midway through the quarter. Kennard finished with five 3s, tying his season-high, and Jackson had four.
The Clippers improve to 32-16 on the season, while the Bucks fall to 29-17.