The AP reports:
Robin Lopez went to the free-throw line two points from tying the family’s single-game scoring mark.
He didn’t get it, but his career-best 30 points and 12 rebounds were more than enough to help the Phoenix Suns beat the Clippers 125-112 on Friday night for their fifth straight victory.
“I wasn’t even aware of it,” said a smiling Lopez, a former San Fernando Valley resident whose twin brother, Brook, leads the fraternal competition with a 32-point game. “I was just trying to catch (teammate) Goran Dragic’s 32 points.”
Lopez made 13 of 16 shots for the Suns, who beat the Clippers for the seventh straight time.