Harrell registered 24 points (11-14 FG, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, two assists and one block across 27 minutes during the Clippers' 129-121 win over the Warriors in Game 5 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series Wednesday.
Harrell offered a signature performance off the bench, putting up plenty of shots and draining almost all of them on his way to nearly a point per minute on the floor. The high-energy big came just a point short of matching his totals from Games 3 and 4 combined, with his 14 shot attempts his second-highest figure of the series. Harrell's contributions will assuredly be pivotal once more if the Clippers have a chance of staving off elimination for a second consecutive game Friday night on their Staples Center home floor.
Harrell tallied 25 points (9-9 FG, 7-9 FT), 10 rebounds, and two assists in 33 minutes during Monday's 135-131 victory over the Warriors.
Harrell was fantastic Monday, hitting all nine of his field-goal attempts, ending with 25 points and 10 rebounds. His efforts from the floor were certainly impressive, however, it was his free-throw shooting down the stretch that stands out. He stepped up and made a pair of clutch free throws with 4 minutes remaining, and then again in the dying seconds. Harrell has had a breakout season and demonstrated his tenacity in this one. With DeMarcus Cousins (quad) likely gone for the rest of the series at least, Harrell could be a significant factor if the Clippers are to push the Warriors.
Harrell had 26 points (11-15 FG, 4-8 FT), five rebounds, two assists, two steals, and two blocks in 30 minutes during Saturday's 121-104 Game 1 loss to the Warriors.
Harrell was stellar, delivering an extremely efficient scoring performance while filling up the box score. It's hard to imagine Harrell besting this effort going forward, but his non-stop motor combined with the incredibly difficult matchup provide every reason for him to try to do just that in Monday's Game 2.
The Jazz rested most of their key regulars in the regular-season finale including top center Rudy Gobert, so Harrell was able to feast on a group consisting mainly of reserve players. It was impressive finish to a banner campaign for Harrell, who posted career-high averages in points (16.6), rebounds (6.5), assists (2.0), blocks (1.3) and steals (0.9) per game while shooting 61.5 percent from the field. Any hope the Clippers have of turning in a competitive series against the top-seeded Warriors in the first round of the playoffs will hinge on Harrell stepping up his play to even greater heights.
Harrell ended with 11 points (5-11 FG, 1-4 FT), three rebounds, three assists, one steal, and one block in 31 minutes during Sunday's 131-104 loss to the Warriors.
Harrell moved into the starting lineup for Sunday's clash with the Warriors but failed to come through with any specific value. This was likely a matchup-based move but the Warriors are typically a tough night for any opposing center. Harrell has been fantastic this season and is going to have to be at his best if the Clippers are to make any noise in the playoffs.
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