Golden State Warriors Continue To Be The Clippers’ Daddies
Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers kicked off the second half of the NBA season. These two teams are considered ‘rivals’, but it’s not a rivalry at all. Golden State won their nine straight meeting with Los Angeles and found another way to put the clownsuit on them. Warriors latest trick was putting 50 points on them in the third quarter completely changing the basketball game leading to Golden State pulling away and winning this game, 123-113. Chris Paul didn’t play, but it’s hard to see hope for Los Angeles.
Steph being Steph 🔥 #BeforeTheLight pic.twitter.com/d0yVVg9cd8
— GoldenStateWarriors (@warriors) February 24, 2017
Clippers led by 16 in the first half, and while no lead is safe, you never imagine a team dropping 50 in one quarter. Golden State did that with Steph Curry being in command. Chef had 35 points and six threes. No one loves to play Los Angeles more than Curry. He always plays well and last night was no different. Kevin Durant added to misery for Clips fans with 25 points, 15 rebounds and 7 assists. Thankfully for Los Angeles, this will be the last time they face Golden State unless it’s playoffs.
Hope someone admits like Pedro did in the past.