Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell have formed one of the NBA's best pick-and-roll partnerships and are arguably the league's two leading candidates for Sixth Man of the Year. Williams is the favorite for the award and Harrell could come in second.
"They just match each other's speed," Doc Rivers said. "They feel each other."
The Clippers acquired Williams and Harrell in the Chris Paul trade with the Houston Rockets in 2017.
"The Rockets paid a healthy price for Chris Paul," said Williams.
Williams and Harrell have become their best versions of themselves with the Clippers.
"We just got a good culture here, man," Williams said.