In a remarkable turnaround, the Los Angeles Clippers (27-14) orchestrated a stunning 22-0 run in the final minutes, overcoming an 18-point deficit to secure a 125-114 victory against the Brooklyn Nets (17-25) on Sunday.

James Harden led the Clippers in scoring with 24 points, while Kawhi Leonard, displaying his clutch prowess, contributed 21 points, with 14 of them coming in the last five minutes.

Russell Westbrook, coming off the bench, provided a crucial boost with 23 points and a surge of energy that revitalized his team.

Mikal Bridges led the Nets with 26 points, while Cam Thomas added 20 off the bench. Nic Claxton and Spencer Dinwiddie added 16 points each.