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Clippers win another thriller
When the Golden State Warriors, a team which is known for its three-point shooting, starts the game going one of 12 from beyond the arc, you know things won't be going well for them. Especially when the opponent is a team as surging as the Los Angeles Clippers, it was inevitable for the Dubs to get punished. After winning Game 2 by as many as 40 points, the Clips escaped with a close victory inside the Oracle Arena to get a 2-1 lead in the series.
Whilst the Dubs started the game cold, they found a way to bounce back in the second half. However, Stephen Curry air balled his last shot, one that could have tied the game or even given the lead to the Warriors and that pretty much sealed the victory for the Clips. The Warriors shot an ugly 19.4 percent from downtown, finding the target on just six out of their 31 attempts. The Clippers were not that much better, but they did shoot 28.6 percent from long range.
It was another great game for Blake Griffin, who is continuing to showcase his improvement in his shooting from mid-range. Griffin has now scored 83 points in the span of the first three games, 32 of which came in last night's victory. For the Warriors, Klay Thompson led the scoring with 26 points, but he connected on just two out of his 11 shots from downtown. Nine out of the ten starters of the two teams finished in double figures, with Matt Barnes finishing the game scoreless.
It's not that the Golden State Warriors are not good. On the contrary, they look to be that close behind the Clippers and they still stand good chances to get the ticket to the next round. However, the Clips have that something extra, the extra depth, the extra quality, the extra size, which will apparently lift them over their opponents in this seven game series.
DeAndre Jordan grabbed 22 rebounds in the game, seven of which came on the offensive end and Blake Griffin added another eight. The absence of the Warriors' starting center, Andrew Bogut became once again obvious and his injury might end up being a decisive factor in the outcome of the series. Nonetheless, the two big men combined for six out of 18 shots from the charity stripe.
Chris Paul chipped in 15 points but also did score some clutch baskets during the last three minutes of the game. CP3, though, missed a crucial free-throw with 8.6 seconds left in the game thus giving the Warriors the chance to tie or even get the lead. However, Paul played lock-down defense on Stephen Curry in the last play of the game, forcing him to put up an uncharacteristically bad shot.
The next game of the series will take place on Sunday, again in the Oracle Arena, in what might be a decisive game. If the Clippers win this one, too, they will have almost sealed the ticket to the Western Semis.