Playing without Chris Paul proved no problem for the Clippers. Not having Rudy Gay was a much bigger issue for the host Memphis Grizzlies.
Reserves Jamal Crawford and Matt Barnes each scored 16 points, and the Clippers easily routed the host Grizzlies 99-73 Monday night with Paul missing his first game this season because of a bruised right kneecap.
"Missing the best point guard in the world in Chris Paul, we all had to play collectively and step it up, and I thought we did a good job of that," Crawford said.
The matchup between two of the best teams in the West wasn't close after the first quarter. While Paul watched from the bench, the Grizzlies were without their leading scorer: Gay was excused for his grandmother's funeral in Baltimore.
The Clippers matched their largest margin of victory on the road this season while holding the Grizzles to a season low in points.
The Grizzlies shot just 30.3 percent (27 of 89), a franchise low at home.
"That's why I said before the game that they're the best team in the West, maybe the best team in the league right now," Memphis coach Lionel Hollins said of the Clippers.
Eric Bledsoe, starting for Paul, had 14 points, and Blake Griffin scored 10.
Jazz 104, Heat 97: Al Jefferson scored 23 points, Gordon Hayward added 22 -- including a jumper with 40 seconds remaining -- and host Utah held on to beat Miami.
The Heat, which visits the Warriors on Wednesday night, was down 21 points in the third quarter but fought back to pull within two behind a 32-point effort by LeBron James.
Thunder 102, Suns 90: Kevin Durant scored 27 of his 41 points in the second half, and Oklahoma City became the NBA's first 30-game winner of the season with a victory in Phoenix.
Russell Westbrook added 36 for the Thunder, but it was Durant who took over in his fourth 40-point game of the season,
Bulls 97, Hawks 58: Carlos Boozer had 20 points and 13 rebounds, and host Chicago held Atlanta to a franchise-low 20 points in the first half.
Reserve forward Mike Scott scored 10 points to lead Atlanta. Jeff Teague had a layup with 7.9 seconds left to prevent the Hawks' lowest-scoring total in franchise history.
Celtics 100, Bobcats 89: Rajon Rondo scored 17 points with 12 assists and 10 rebounds to lead host Boston over Charlotte. It was Rondo's third triple-double of the season and the 26th of his career, including playoffs.
Wizards 120, Magic 91: Emeka Okafor had 19 points and 11 rebounds, leading six players in double figures for Washington in a victory over visiting Orlando. The Wizards won their third straight after starting the season 4-28.
Mavericks 113, Timberwolves 98: Darren Collison led six players in double figures with 23 points, and host Dallas matched its season high with a third straight win by defeating Minnesota.
Spurs: Guard Manu Ginobili is expected to miss 10 to 14 days with a left-hamstring strain suffered in the second quarter Sunday night against Minnesota. Ginobili, 35, has already dealt with back spasms, a left-quadriceps bruise and a thigh bruise this season.