Clippers extend win streak to 4 with 138-100 rout of Spur

If anyone needed any proof of how confident Paul George and the Los Angeles Clippers are feeling

it came late in the second quarter of their game against the San Antonio Spurs.

George stole the ball from Zach Collins after a bad pass by Stanley Johnson,

dribbled down the court and threw down a windmill dunk to give the Clippers a 20-point advantage.

The dunk was part of a 35-point night by George as the Clippers extended their winning streak to a season-high four games with a 138-100 rout on Thursday night

My body has been feeling pretty good, and I have been working a ton to stay healthy and keep it that way

said George, who is averaging 22.4 points after he missed five games earlier this month due to right hamstring soreness.

Everything is kind of falling into place at this point. We’re healthy and starting to figure out our rotations

It was the fifth time this season George has had at least 35 points. He was 14 of 19 from the field