MINNEAPOLIS, MINN (CBSLA) — The Los Angeles Clippers secured their first away game win of the season and inched closer to a .500 record after defeating the Minnesota Timberwolves 126-115.

All-star guard Paul George just continued his streak of 30+ points to three straight games, leading the team in scoring with 32 points. He shot a stellar 11-18 overall, 4-8 from beyond the arc and was a perfect 6-6  from the free-throw line. 

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Reggie Jackson and Nicolas Batum helped George carry the offensive load as each scored a season-high of 29 points and 20, respectively. Jackson bounced back after struggling to find the bottom of the basket against the Oklahoma City Thunder, shooting 11-18 from the field and 7-9 from three. He and George also helped their teammates get involved dishing eight assists each. 

Terrance Mann also found his stride after a rough game against the Thunder, coming off the bench and scoring 17 points, only missing one shot the entire game. 

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Overall the Clippers seemed to finally find their stride shooting 60.3% from the field and 58.3% from three, much higher than their season average, which is one of the lowest in the league, of 41.3% and 32.4%. The only ones worse than the Clippers are their last two opponents the Timberwolves and the Thunder, followed by the Dallas Mavericks and the Detroit Pistons.

Patrick Beverly recorded a double-double in his first game against his former team scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, as well as passing eight assists. 

All-Rookie First Team guard Anthony Edwards led the T-Wolves in scoring with 28 points but struggled to handle the ball, turning it over six times. Center Karl Anthony-Towns joined Beverly in the double-double club posting his fifth of the season with 18 points and 11 rebounds.  

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The Clippers will hope to close out the series against the Timberwolves and push their record to .500.