Reggie Jackson scores 36-points for the Clippers to rout the Lakers 132-111


Los Angeles Clippers #1 Reggie Jackson three-point shot over the Los Angeles Lakers #6 LeBron James. Photo by Jerry Kelly/T.G.Sportstv1.

3/3/22 LOS ANGELES, CA - Reggie Jackson was unstoppable, scoring 36-points to help the Los Angeles Clippers rout their cross-town rival the Los Angeles Lakers 132-111 at the Cyrpto.com Arena. With the win, the Clippers have beaten the Lakers seven-straight times.


"We came out on a mission," Jackson said. "We wanted to close out. We're still a hungry team. ... We feel like we're writing our own story. We know what the narrative is with our guys out. We're trying to do something special with this group. It's about this team, to write our own story."


Ivica Zubac was the second-leading scorer for the Clippers with 19-points, followed by Marcus Morris Sr. with 14-points, Robert Covington, and Isaiah Hartenstein, each with 12-points, and Luke Kennard with 11-points.


LeBron James led the Lakers in scoring with 26-points, Russell Westbrook 17-points, Carmelo Anthony 13-points, Malik Monk, and Wayne Ellington each with 12-points.


Jackson continues to shine and make the Clippers one of the most exciting teams in the NBA with their offense and defense, are never out of games.


"He loves it," Clippers coach Tyronn Lue said. "He loves the moment. He's a big-time player. Sometimes we go back and forth, but he's held us together all year. ... It was a struggle when we first lost PG, because the offense is built around PG and Kawhi for the most part. But once we got a set rotation and understood how we had to play, these guys have bought into it, and it starts with our veterans. That's the kind of team and the kind of culture we've built around here."

Los Angeles Clippers #40 Ivica Zubac two-handed dunk in the first quarter. Photo by Jerry Kelly/T.G.Sportstv1.

Ivica Zubac's dunk and Terrance Mann's three-point shot gave the Clippers a 5-0 lead in the first quarter. LeBron James' three-point shot made the score 5-3.


The Clippers led 9-3 with a jump shot by Mann. The Lakers trail the Clippers 11-9 after a dunk by Malik Monk.


The Lakers tied the game 15-15 with a three-pointer by Austin Reaves, forced the Clippers to call a timeout with 7:43 left in the first quarter.


Reggie Jackson gave the Clippers the lead back with his jump shot, but Russell Westbrook made a layup that tied the game 17-17. Zubac would tie the game 19-19 with his jump shot in the key.

Los Angeles Lakers #11 Malik Monk monster two-handed dunk in the first quarter against the Los Angeles Clippers. Photo by Jerry Kelly/T.G.Sportstv1.

Reaves would give the Lakers a 23-19 lead with his free throw after his made basket. Camelo Anthony's layup gave the Lakers a 29-23 lead.


Robert Covington's put-back basket had the Clippers trailing by two points, 29-27. Amir Coffey's jumper gave the Clippers a 33-31 lead. The Clippers led at the end of the quarter 36-31 with three free throws by Jackson.


Robert Covington's three-pointer had the Clippers leading the Lakers 42-32 in the second quarter, and the Lakers called a time out.


Jackson's three-pointer gave the Clippers a ten-point lead 50-40. Luke Kennard's three-pointer made the score 61-48. Coffey had the Clippers leading 63-49 with his jump shot. Kennard would strike again with another three-pointer, increasing the Clippers' lead to 66-49.

Los Angeles Lakers #6 LeBron James going up for a right-hand power dunk. Photo by Jerry Kelly/T.G.Sportstv1.

James would get fouled on his made basket going strong to the basket, had the Lakers down 66-60. The Clippers led 66-63 with a dunk by Monk.


Jackson led the Clippers in scoring in the first half with 15-points, followed by Zubac, Covington, and Hardstein, all with10-points. James led the Lakers in scoring with 18-points, and Westbrook and Monk both with 12-points.


The Clippers led the Lakers in the third quarter 79-65, after baskets by Nicolas Batum, Zubac, and Jackson. The Clippers increased their lead to 85-65 with a basket by Zubac, and the Lakers called a timeout.


Marcus Morris Sr.'s three-pointer made the score 88-65. The Clippers led 98-69 with a pull-up jumper by Morris Sr. Mann made two free throws that made the score 100-72.


The Lakers trail at the end of the third quarter 106-81 after a three-point shot by Kent Bazemore.


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