Clippers vs. Warriors final score: Stephen Curry, Golden State romp L.A., winning 115-94

Ezra Shaw

Stephen Curry, David Lee and the Golden State Warriors raced to an early lead en route to a dominant victory over Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers.

The Golden State Warriors rolled over the Los Angeles Clippers to hand them their second straight loss, winning by a final score of 115-94. Golden State improved to 22-10 on the season and won their fourth-straight game of the season, while the Clippers dropped their second straight after winning 17 in a row.

Golden State opened up a 33-24 first quarter lead, extended it to 62-49 at halftime, and led 82-64 after three. The Warriors shot 49% from the field compared to 37% for the Clippers, with Golden State nailing 12 threes as well.

Stephen Curry scored 25 of his 31 points in the first half to pace Golden State, finishing with eight assists and six rebounds. David Lee added 24 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists, Klay Thompson put in 17 points, Harrison Barnes contributed 13 points, and Jarrett Jack added 11 points.

For Los Angeles, Jamal Crawford put in 24 points, Chris Paul had 23 points and six assists, and Matt Barnes scored 19. Blake Griffin struggled with Lee, shooting 2-11 and scoring only 10 points.

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