Clippers hold off Kings 121-115 after blowing 14-point lead

Published 12:55 a.m. ET Jan. 12, 2018 | Updated 2:12 a.m. ET Jan. 12, 2018

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Blake Griffin says he’s fully recovered from the concussion he suffered last weekend and marveled at how his Los Angeles Clippers have maneuvered their way around a series of injuries to key players this season.

Griffin is just as impressed with how much the club has gotten from unheralded teammates like Tyrone Wallace, who spent most of the season in the G League before joining the Clippers for his NBA debut this month.

Wallace intercepted a pass at midcourt and drove in for a dunk with 10.9 seconds left, moments after what appeared to be a costly turnover by Lou Williams, and the Clippers held off the Sacramento Kings 121-115 on Thursday night after blowing a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter.

“Guys made big plays when we needed them,” Griffin said. “Guys that weren’t even on an NBA roster at…

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