Lonzo Ball calls for unity after Lakers’ ugly collapse without LeBron James

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"You could see we just didn't have it offensively and give the Lakers some credit".

"That one right there made me the greatest player of all time", James said during an appearance on the ESPN+ series "More Than An Athlete". We all have. We knew it would be a tremendously important game, no matter the circumstances.

The problem? They had beaten the Los Angeles Lakers.

Lou Williams had a season-high 36 points and the Clippers scored 22 consecutive points during the second half of a 118-107 victory over the depleted Lakers on Friday night.

The LA Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers will take the floor tonight at 7:30 PM PST. The Clippers are now in fourth in the Western Conference standings with a 21-14 record, and have won four of their last five.

Lakers point guard Rajon Rondo will be sidelined at least a month after undergoing ligament surgery on his right ring finger. The remaining Lakers lost for the fifth time in seven games, following up their surprising win at Golden State on Christmas Day with just their third back-to-back defeats since October.

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Although both LA franchises are still building chemistry after major roster changes in 2018, the Clippers found a groove to get it done in front of the Lakers' jeering home fans.

Williams drilled a 3-pointer over Lance Stephenson that gave the Clippers a 112-100 lead, effectively ending any chance of a Lakers comeback, and celebrated by doing Stephenson's signature air guitar. He'll be back to playing his guitar tomorrow.

Harrell echoed Williams' sentiment, but he acknowledged that the Clippers want to remind everyone there is more in Los Angeles than James and the Lakers.

"Guys were getting frustrated", Ball said.

These Kings are thinking playoffs once the regular season is over, and for the purple and white to reach their goal, they need to win games like tonight to show that they can hang with the top teams in the National Basketball Association.