Kawhi Leonard and James Harden combined for 66 points to lead the Los Angeles Clippers (34-15) to a thrilling 149-144 victory over the Atlanta Hawks (22-28).

Leonard’s 36-point performance propelled the Clippers to finish their lengthy road trip with a 6-1 record. Harden contributed 30 points and 10 assists, while Paul George added 18 points for Los Angeles.

Despite a strong effort from Trae Young, who scored 25 points, and De’Andre Hunter, who matched a season-high with 27 points off the bench, the Hawks fell short in their bid for a fifth consecutive win.

Despite missing key players like Clint Capela and Ivica Zubac due to injuries, both teams showcased their resilience throughout the contest.