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Clippers beat Lakers but lose Blake Griffin to knee injury

LOS ANGELES - Blake Griffin suffered a left knee injury late in the fourth quarter and wasn't around to see Lou Williams take control of the game and lead the Los Angeles Clippers past the Los Angeles Lakers 120-115 Monday night.

Griffin was injured when Austin Rivers fell back into his teammate's knee when both scrambled for a loose ball from Lonzo Ball.

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