[Guide] News on April 1, NBA regular season strong dialogue, the Warriors fell behind by 17 points
Under the circumstances, the away game reversed the Clippers 110-106, ending the opponent’s 7-game winning streak and winning 10 consecutive victories.
Curry scored 27 points and knocked Paul down with a dribble in the second quarter.
Clippers Griffin 40 points, plus 12 rebounds and 5 assists.
Warriors beat Clippers 110-106
The technical statistics of this game:
Curry 27 points, 4 assists, 1 rebound Paul 27 points, 9 rebounds and 2 assists
Thompson 25 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists, Griffin 40 points, 12 rebounds and 5 assists
David Lee 17 points, 1 assist, 7 rebounds, Jordan Jr. 5 points, 15 rebounds and 3 blocks
The star of the game: Curry made a three-pointer beat Paul
The battle between the Warriors and the Clippers, the focus matchup is undoubtedly the battle between Curry and Paul for the number one point guard.
In terms of statistics, Curry’s 27 points and 4 assists are almost the same as Paul’s 27 points and 9 assists.
But in the game, Curry once again conquered the fans with his amazing skills.
First, when the team trailed by 17 points in the second quarter, Curry hit two incredible three-pointers in a row, including a four-pointer, and then dribbled Paul, scored 11 points in one breath, and closed the gap.
At the last moment, Curry made two free throws and finally led the team to defend the fruits of victory, which also made Griffin’s luxurious statistics in vain.
Game Review: The Warriors reversed the Clippers with 17 points and won 10 consecutive victories
In the opening game, the Clippers took advantage of the home court to make a preemptive strike. Griffin made a strong attack and Barnes made a three-pointer, leading to a 7-0 start.
At this time, Warriors coach Cole, who is very confident in his team, smiled slightly. Sure enough, Thompson made a layup and Curry hit a three-pointer to close the score.
But after a while, Cole couldn’t laugh anymore, because the Clippers’ offense was too accurate.
Especially Griffin, he attacked and made mid-range shots, scoring 12 points on 6 of 7 shots in a single quarter.
In contrast to the Warriors, the splash brothers Curry and Thompson missed consecutive offenses. The team only made 8 of 26 shots and trailed the Clippers 18-30 in a single quarter.
In the second quarter, the two teams competed for rotation, and the Warriors still didn’t take advantage of it.
By the time Redick made a mid-range shot and Griffin dunked, the Clippers had extended their advantage to a full 17 points.
At this point, the Warriors can only hope that Curry can get back his touch.
As soon as he said it, Curry first shook off Paul, hit a difficult three-pointer, and caused Barnes to foul, and scored a four-pointer!
Within a few rounds, Curry made a mid-range and long-range shot under Paul’s pursuit.
With 2 minutes and 25 seconds left in the quarter, Curry dribbled the ball behind his back continuously, knocked Paul down, and made a steady mid-range shot.
Under the leadership of Curry scoring 11 points, the Warriors played a 16-5 attack wave, narrowing the point difference to 6 points.
Before halftime, Paul made free throws to stabilize the situation, and the Clippers led the Warriors 53-46.
Changing places to fight again, Griffin and Redick scored consecutively, and the Clippers once again expanded their advantage to double digits.
At this time, Thompson, who only scored 3 points on 1 of 8 shots in the first half, was resurrected. He scored 13 points on 5 of 5 shots in 5 minutes. Curry also hit consecutive difficult mid-range shots.
The Warriors played a 24-13 offensive wave and gained the lead for the first time.
But the Clippers did not mess themselves up. Paul and Griffin combined their swords, and the two teamed up to score 14 points in response to the 17-7 offensive.
After three quarters, the Clippers still lead the Warriors 88-82.
In the final quarter, the Warriors’ bench players finally showed their strength. Speights and Iguodala teamed up to play a 9-0 attack wave, overtaking the score.
Griffin scored 4 points in a row after his reappearance, and Thompson responded with a three-pointer. The two teams scored 100-100 3 minutes before the end and returned to the same starting line.
At the decisive moment, the Clippers missed consecutive offenses, and the Warriors relied on Lee and Thompson’s free throws to gain a 3-point advantage.
After that, Jordan was fouled and made two free throws.
But looking back, Iguodala made 3 free throws, Paul missed a three-pointer, and the Clippers trailed by 4 points with 22 seconds left.
Paul made a layup, but Curry made two free throws in a solid manner.
9 seconds before the end, Paul made a return error, and the Clippers fell short.
Trivia: Cole Rivers sparred before the game
Cole Rivers is a good friend in private, but in the media, he has been arguing many times.
Before the game, the Warriors’ main player Green was sidelined due to a calf injury. Cole said that if this game was about rankings, he would send Green to the game.
This word reached Rivers’ ears, and he said that it was because the Warriors were afraid of losing and did not want to lose to the Clippers with the strongest lineup.
And soon, Cole responded that no matter what, the Warriors still led the Clippers by more than 10 wins even though some players were injured.
The starting lineups of the two teams:
Warriors: Curry, Thompson, Harrison Barnes, David Lee and Bogut
Clippers: Paul, J-J-Redick, Matt Barnes, Griffin and Jordan.