The Los Angeles Clippers look to finish up their three-game road trip in winning fashion when they visit the slumping New Orleans Pelicans on Monday. Los Angeles rebounded from a loss at Memphis with an impressive offensive performance in a 125-117 win at Oklahoma City on Sunday afternoon, recording the most points for a Thunder opponent this season. The starting five accounted for 116 points, led by Jamal Crawford's 36 and Matt Barnes' 24, as Los Angeles evened its road mark at 15-15.The Pelicans, who had designs on a second-half charge toward a possible playoff spot after a 7-4 run prior to the All-Star break, have dropped three straight out of the layoff to fall a season high-tying nine games below .500. Anthony Davis had his usual stellar effort with 26 points and 11 rebounds Saturday at Washington, but a last-second dunk sent New Orleans to a tough 94-93 loss. Davis' fellow starters combined for only 22 points on 7-of-29 shooting.TV: 8 p.m. ET, FSN Prime Ticket (Los Angeles), FSN New OrleansABOUT THE CLIPPERS (38-20): Los Angeles secured a 108-95 win at home in the first meeting between the teams, doing so without forward Matt Barnes, who has stepped up his contributions of late. The normally defensive-minded Barnes hit six 3-pointers in the win over Oklahoma City and is shooting 51 percent from the floor over his last six games while hitting 14 3-pointers in the process. Jamal Crawford has had a similar uptick with at least 21 points in seven straight games for the Clippers, who are averaging 122 points in their last four wins.ABOUT THE PELICANS (23-32): New Orleans' three straight losses have come by an average of 3.7 points, and the loss at the last second Saturday night seemed to leave a mark for a team that must learn to finish games in order to take the next step. "To do all that we did in that game, all the lead changes and to have it right there, it just hurts," head coach Monty Williams told reporters after the game. The task of closing strong gets a bit tougher on the road, where the Pelicans are 10-19 and where they will spend their next five games after the Clippers leave town.BUZZER BEATERS1. Los Angeles C DeAndre Jordan scored 14 points on 6-of-6 shooting and grabbed 20 rebounds in the first matchup.2. Pelicans G Tyreke Evans is averaging 6.7 points - roughly half his average - on 8-of-32 shooting in his last three games.3. The Clippers have won four straight meetings.PREDICTION: Clippers 108, Pelicans 104