Preview: Warriors at Clippers, Part III.


The Pacific Division is looking like a two-horse race. Tonight, those horses don their armor and do battle. Expect a bloodbath of equine proportions.

Round 2: Warriors Flip Clippers


A physical game, and one controlled by Golden State. The Clippers are hearing footsteps in their own division.

Dubs drub Clips, 115-94

Golden State shoots the lights out and dominates the glass. Clippers shoot 36.3% from the field and are outscored in every quarter.

Game Links #32: Warriors 115 vs Clippers 94


Warriors open the game with a knockout punch, keep Clippers reeling the rest of the game

Clippers-Warriors open thread


The Clippers face the Warriors in the wake of the streak-ending defeat in Denver last night. How will L.A. respond to the loss against a very good Golden State team?

The Daily Clippers for Wednesday, January 2, 2013


Yes, the winning streak has been ended but we know this team is resilient and will bounce back. Tonight's game should be evidence of that resilience. But for now, here are some Clipper and...

Clips-Warriors preview: Moving on after the streak


The Clippers winning streak is over and it's time to get on with the rest of the season. Tonight's game is big as the Warriors are chasing the Clippers in the Pacific Division standings.

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