Paul George (LA Clippers) with a deep 3 vs the Utah Jazz, 06/14/2021
Royce O'Neale (Utah Jazz) with a 3-pointer vs the LA Clippers, 06/14/2021
Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz) with a deep 3 vs the LA Clippers, 06/14/2021
LOS ANGELES (AP) Kawhi Leonard and Paul George each scored 31 points - the second straight game they have both had over 30 points - and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Utah Jazz 118-104 on Monday night to even their Western Conference second-round series at two games apiece. Leonard provided the highlight of the night with his dunk late in the second quarter. Leonard and George have each scored at least 20 points in all 11 games this postseason.
Dunk of the Night: Kawhi Leonard - June 14, 2021
Assist of the Night: Trae Young - June 14, 2021
Kawhi Leonard's dunk heard round the NBA during the second quarter of Game 4 embodied the Clippers' win Monday that evened the best-of-seven series.
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