Durant, who had a four-point play during the second quarter on the way to 14 points in the period, is at 29 the second-youngest player behind LeBron James and the first to reach the 20,000 mark as a member of the Warriors. He's also only the 44th player in National Basketball Association history to score 20,000 career points. Not only was it a win for Los Angeles, in Oakland, but it came by double-digits, with the final being 125-106. Then, Clippers guard Lou Williams simply took over. From there, Golden State was determined to take care of business and not carelessly blow a big lead like they had the year before.
What is now becoming the routine for Lou Williams is what allowed the Clippers to break a 12-game losing streak against the Warriors. "That's awesome to see".
The club's ninth victory in the past 12 games might have been a costly one for the injury-ravaged Clippers, who lost star center DeAndre Jordan to a sprained left ankle in the second quarter. "Every game someone is stepping in for us, too, and that's the blessing".
The loss marked Golden State's sixth home loss of 2017, and Williams' 50 points were the most by an opposing player against the Warriors since Damian Lillard scored 51 on February 19, 2016.
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In a 32-point, nine-assist performance against Denver on Monday, Curry wound up 9 for 17 overall while making 5 of 10 3-pointers. Wesley Johnson added two free throws to seal the win. "I just feel like I'm always in balance, and that's what helps me get my shot off quick and stay in a solid rhythm through my shot and be able to handle the ball and try to be creative". "I know myself. That's what I'm saying". "I had the whole court in front of me". Through five games he averaged 35.2 points, 5.6 rebounds and 5.6 assists per game. "We won't really evaluate that until tomorrow", Kerr said. Many believed this to be a cowardly move because the Warriors had just beat the Thunder that year. "One guy comes back, one guy has to go out". Everyone tends to call what follows the All-Star Game as the second half, but it's more like two-thirds of the season that will be in the books before that showcase in Los Angeles next month. "Fine head-wise and all that", he said. I just tried to make good shots.
The Warriors will enter Friday night's game 33-9, a step down from the winning pace they were at in their first year with eight-time All-Star Kevin Durant in the fold.
Kings: Bogdanovich had four fouls in the first half. Assuming he continues to score at least 1,700 points per year, he will quickly surpass the next milestone marker of 25,000 at some point within the next three years.