The Clippers turned the final seven minutes into Lob City, with Paul orchestrating back-to-back, alley-oop passes to Jordan and Griffin that ended in dunks. They were part of a 15-5 run that stretched the Clippers' lead to 129-108.
The Rockets controlled the start of the fourth, but got no closer than nine points. That was as close as they got four times in the third.
"They just did whatever they wanted," McHale said. "We just couldn't stop them."
The Clippers led 78-66 at halftime. They shot 59 percent from the floor and made 19 of 22 free throws. Redick shot 6 of 9 and made all six of his free throws in the half.
"Guy can shoot the basketball. It's unbelievable," Griffin said. "The best part of playing with him is he never stops moving. That's how he gets his shots, he really works for them."
Howard picked up three fouls in the first quarter. Griffin also had three fouls by halftime, including two in an 11-second span just before the break.
Notes: The Clippers set a franchise record for 3-point attempts in a game with 38. ... The Clippers' 78 points in the first half tied the franchise record set on March 13, 1998, against Toronto. ... Howard will face the Lakers for the first time on Thursday in Houston. "There's no need to talk about what the Lakers could have done. I made my decision and I'm living with it," he said. "I'm happy where I'm at, I'm in a great place. Everybody should move forward. It's over with."
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