The Denver Nuggets’ three-game winning streak is over after falling to the Clippers 119-102 on Tuesday in the second game of a back-to-back. Michael Malone’s starting unit was thoroughly overmatched, as every Nuggets starter posted a plus/minus of -21 or worse on the night.

Emmanuel Mudiay was held scoreless for the game in 26 minutes, shooting 0-for-9 from the field and 0-for-5 from 3-point range. Coming off career-high nights in points, Nikola Jokic and Gary Harris were held to nine and three, respectively. Will Barton was the lone bright spot for Denver, scoring 22 in the loss.

J.J. Redick led all scorers with 27 and DeAndre Jordan posted a double-double for Los Angeles in the win. The Nuggets actually out-rebounded the Clippers 46-37, but Los Angeles shot 54.7 percent from the field to run away with this one.

Denver returns home for a date with the Hawks on Friday before a short Christmas holiday. They return to Los Angeles on Monday for another shot at the Clippers. The loss knocks Denver to 12-17 on the season, 6-10 on the road.