Clippers beat Trail Blazers 107-101 for Rivers’ 900th win

BETH HARRIS AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Clippers were kings of the fourth quarter. Portland star Damian Lillard lost his crown, at least for a night anyway. Lou Williams made a go-ahead jumper with 58 seconds left, then added a 3-pointer and finished with 26 points to lift Los Angeles over the Trail Blazers 107-101 on Thursday for coach Doc Rivers' 900th career victory. "Doc never stops going and grinding," Kawhi Leonard said. "He never gets bored." Lillard and CJ McCollum led Portland with 22 points apiece, but surprisingly both got blanked in the fourth quarter. That's usually Lillard's time to shine, but the Clippers' defense wasn't having it. "Usually I can make those shots down the stretch, but they weren't falling," Lillard said. "They were coming out to guard me
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