Warriors vs. Clippers score: Clippers lead Warriors 68-55 at half

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Chris Paul has led the Clippers to a 13-point halftime lead.

Chris Paul has a game-high 18 points and nine assists as he led the Los Angeles Clippers to a 68-55 halftime lead over the Golden State Warriors in a high-scoring Pacific Division match-up.

The Clippers shot 51 percent from the field and have already attempted 24 free-throws.

Tensions bubbled between teams in the final minutes of the half as DeAndre Jordan and Andrew Bogut got into a shoving match before being split apart by their teammates. The referees called a double technical foul on the play, though Jordan initiated contact after being fouled by Bogut.

Jordan has been active under the rim and has already pulled down 12 rebounds. Stephen Curry has 15 points, going three-of-five from three-point range. David Lee has a team-high 16 points and has made all six of his free-throw attempts.

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