Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram led the New Orleans Pelicans (9-7) to a 116-106 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers (6-8), putting an end to the Clippers’ three-game winning streak.

Williamson showcased his dominance with a season-high 32 points, while Ingram added 30, marking a triumphant conclusion to the Pelicans’ group play in the NBA In-Season Tournament.

The Pelicans, now 3-1 in West Group B play, demonstrated resilience and control, especially in the final quarter, as they secured their third consecutive win and extended their overall winning streak to five out of the last six games.

Despite a formidable effort from Paul George, who scored 34 points, and contributions from Norman Powell and Kawhi Leonard (20 points each), the Clippers couldn’t withstand the Pelicans’ offensive prowess.

Although the Clippers made a late surge, cutting the deficit to 114-110, Williamson’s decisive putback layup with 34.1 seconds left solidified the Pelicans’ win.