Lou Williams Leads Clippers Past Cavaliers 128-111


Los Angeles, CA -- The Clippers were without superstars Paul George and Kawhi Leonard on Sunday night's bout against the Cavaliers.The Clip show had an enormous second half, turning their 12 point lead into 28 in the third quarter, before shutting down the Cavaliers down the stretch to win by the final score of 128-111.

Former sixth man of the year Lou Williams stepped into the starting role to fill in for Leonard, and shot the lights out. Williams finished the game with 30 total points while shooting 45%, including -8-8 from the charity stripe to go along with a season high 10 assists. Serge Ibaka, who was a free agent signing in the offseason, lit the Cavaliers up for 21 points and 9 boards.

The Los Angeles Clippers came into Sunday's game leading the NBA in free throw percentage, and continued their dominance by knocking down 31 of 36 free throws.

The Cavaliers have now dropped 7 straight games and 8 straight road games, and will travel to the Golden Coast to close out their road trip. Cleveland and Golden State will faceoff on Monday night, tip off set for 10 pm ET at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. Check out highlights from tonight's game below!