This is what the Warriors have done for the past couple of seasons, hitting teams with demoralizing quarters of flawless basketball. 50 points. 50. For context over how much the third quarter swung this game for the Warriors: Los Angeles outscored Golden State by 14 points outside of the third quarter.
In all fairness to the Los Angeles Clippers, they made the Warriors work for the first half and the Warriors came out playing like they were still on the break. "Golden State is a good team". Only this time, the comeback was not fueled by the existence of the Clippers, who had outplayed them pretty convincingly for the first 22 minutes and change, but with the officials, who as we have said before irk the hell out of them when their number includes Foster. Yes, it is probably stretching a point to make this case, especially when the Warriors make 17 of 23 shots (9 of 15 from three) and assist on 13 of the 17 field goals.
From that point on, the Warriors did what they do to these Clippers: They stepped on their throats. The Warriors will round out their current homestand on Sunday AEDT against the visiting Brooklyn Nets before heading out on a five-game road trip.
Los Angeles will have star guard Chris Paul back in the line-up for the first time since January 16 following surgery to fix a torn ligament in his left thumb. Trailing by 12 at the half, they led by 12 entering the fourth quarter. Golden State Warriors won the last eight games against LA Clippers, so they are today's favorites. And when 3-pointers rained down, the seeds stirred; they then sprouted under the hot plasma of the Warriors cluster of stars.
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The result was a 12-minute long heat check, the likes of which have rarely been seen in recent seasons. He finished the quarter with 20 overall, including 17 in the final 3:37 as he single-handedly powered a 21-9 run that put the game away for good, capped off by his dazzling turnaround jumper (after nearly losing the ball in the dying seconds of the quarter) over the oustretched arms of Luc Mbah a Moute and Jamal Crawford and watched it drop through the hoop as the buzzer sounded.
The Clippers, who put up 113 for the game, didn't look bad offensively, but the Warriors just couldn't miss. At the conclusion of the 1st quarter, the Dubs led (31-24).
They were planted early in the third quarter. He'd account for seven points in the final 30 seconds of the frame, first completing a four-point play before delivering a three-point dagger at the quarter buzzer to give the Warriors a 99-87 lead heading into the fourth.