Patterson forced a running clock in the second quarter and used another balanced scoring effort to cruise to a 66-25 victory over NAF.
Junior guard Kwynten Brooks scored 16 of his game-high 18 points in the first half to help the Clippers (3-1) build a 46-15 lead going into the break. Patterson held NAF to 11 of 43 (26 percent) from the field and forced 25 turnovers, the third time this season it has forced an opponent into at least that many turnovers.
Sophomore guard Tyquan Pointer added 11 points, the second time the first-year varsity player has scored in double figures. He also scored nine points against KASA on Tuesday.
Junior guard Dawan Bass had another well-rounded game, scoring seven points and adding eight rebounds, three assists and two steals. Sophomore guard Dereck Oliver paced the offense, scoring five points and dishing out five assists, while senior guard Devante Conyers added six points, two assists and three steals.
Junior forward Michael Straham had his strongest game of the season, finishing with seven points and three rebounds. Senior forward Eric Woods had seven points and eight rebounds while freshman center Desmond Brown had seven rebounds and three blocked shots.
Patterson is back in action next Tuesday when it plays its first road game at Mervo.