By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Paul George, Reggie Jackson and Nicolas Batum combined for 69 points to defeat the Portland Trailblazers 117-109  on Tuesday night and extended their win streak to five.

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George led the Clippers in scoring with 24 points making 10 out of his 24 attempts overall while making 42% of his three-pointers. George added nine rebounds and seven assists almost clocking in his first triple-double of the season. Jackson and Batum were right up there with George with Jackson scoring 23 on 50% shooting and Batum recorded his season-high with 22 points. Batum only missed two field goals the entire night, shooting 77% from the field and 75% from three.

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The Clippers were able to quiet one half of the Blazers dynamic duo, holding C.J. McCollum to 13 points on 40% shooting, while Damian Lillard led Portland in the scoring column with 27. Norman Powell was right behind Lillard scoring 23 points. Center Jusuf Nurkic recorded his fifth double-double of the season with 15 points and 13 rebounds as well as six assists.

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Los Angeles looks to continue their win streak against the 7-3 Miami Heat on Thursday, Nov. 11