Clippers vs. Warriors recap: Golden State dominates Los Angeles, 111-92

Lance Iversen-USA TODAY Sports

Golden State absolutely dominated the sluggish Clippers in a win at home.

The Golden State Warriors were in control of the Los Angeles Clippers the whole game, as the tired legs of L.A. got to them and the Warriors ran away with a win, 111-92.

Steph Curry had 22 points on 8-of-10 shooting, adding seven assists. Andrew Bogut had 14 points on 7-of-11 shooting, grabbing 17 rebounds and adding three blocks. David Lee added 22 points of his own along with 11 rebounds and four assists.

Bogut had nearly a double-double in the first half as neither team felt the need to play much defense. The Clippers shot 53 percent on the half while the Warriors shot a hearty 59 percent. Blake Griffin had his jumper going from midrange and ended the second quarter with 20 points.

Golden State decided to pour it on the Clippers -- who, playing in their third game in four nights, looked absolutely gassed midway through the third quarter -- as play opened in the second half. Los Angeles couldn't put anything together and Jamal Crawford provided their only offensive spark.

The Warriors stayed true through the fourth quarter, with their second unit getting serious run including 17 minutes from Marreese Speights. The Clippers were never close, even having played Blake Griffin, J.J. Redick and DeAndre Jordan on their regular rotations throughout the game.

For Los Angeles, Blake Griffin led all scorers with 27 points on 11-of-21 shooting, adding three rebounds, three steals and two assists. DeAndre Jordan scored just nine points on 3-of-4 shooting but nabbed a game-high 20 rebounds.

The loss moves the Clippers to 33-16 on the year, keeping them at fourth in the Western Conference. The win moves the Warriors to 28-19. They stand at seventh in the West.

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