Amir Coffey finishes with CAREER-HIGH 35 PTS in Clippers’ regular season finale 🏅

ESPN published this video item, entitled “Amir Coffey finishes with CAREER-HIGH 35 PTS in Clippers’ regular season finale 🏅” – below is their description.

Amir Coffey showed out for the Clippers dropping a new career-high on a massive 35 PTS, 14 REB double-double, to go along with 5 AST & 1 BLK on 13-22 FG with 7 3PM as the LA Clippers blew out the Oklahoma City Thunder, 138-88.

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