SAN ANTONIO -- Just call them the Triple Towers.
"The thing with three seven-footers in the lineup is that we've got to be able to stay out of each other's way," said Perdue. "We have to know each other and I think we're doing a pretty good job of that."
San Antonio won fo the 21st time in 25 games and is 5-1 since the three big men began starting together after Sean Elliott was lost with a knee injury.
Robinson had 31 points and nine rebounds despite playing just 27 minutes.
Duncan had 23 points and 11 rebounds in his first game since becoming the second Spurs rookie ever named to the All-Star Game. Robinson was the first in 1990.
Perdue, the newest addition to the starting lineup, had six points and 16 rebounds as San Antonio won its 15th straight home game in the Alamodome.
The Clippers suffered their sixth straight loss after trailing by as many as 34 points. LA scored the last 11 points of the game.
Maurice Taylor came off the bench to score 18 points for the Clippers while Eric Piatkowski added 17. The Clippers, who had won five of the previous six games in the series, trailed only 27-26 after one quarter. But San Antonio pulled away after winning the second period 31-17.
Unfortunately for the Clippers, they'll host the Spurs on Friday.
"That's life in the tundra," Los Angeles coach Bill Fitch said. "I sure hope it's more competitive. They did whatever they wanted to tonight."
Chuck Person added 15 points for the Spurs on five 3-pointers. His consecutive 3-pointers in the second period extended San Antonio's lead to 43-34.