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Ako ang Simula 02-22-12

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NBA: Clippers endure Curry-fueled Warriors comeback to go up 2-1

Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan (6) controls a rebound against Golden State Warriors forward David Lee (10). Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters

OAKLAND - Point guard Chris Paul scored eight of his 15 points after the Golden State Warriors had closed to within one with 4:24 to play on Thursday night (Friday, PHL time), lifting the Los Angeles Clippers to a 98-96 win in game three of the Western Conference first-round series.

The Clippers, who lost game one at home last Saturday (last Sunday, PHL time), have a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series, with game four scheduled for Sunday afternoon (early Monday, PHL time) in Oakland.

FINAL: #Clippers 98, Warriors 96. @blakegriffin32 32 pts, 8 rebs. @deandrejordan 22 rebs. MORE STATS: http://t.co/mj3oJSqh6K

— Los Angeles Clippers (@LAClippers) April 25, 2014
The Clippers led by as many as 18 points in the third quarter and by 11 to begin the fourth, but they found themselves clinging to an 87-86 lead after Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson scored inside with 4:24 to play.

Power forward Blake Griffin, the Clippers' leading scorer with 32 points, dropped in a tough jumper from the right corner to increase the margin to three, and Paul took over from there.

The veteran nailed a 15-footer with 3:18 to go and then a three-pointer with 2:40 left to push the Clippers' advantage to 94-86.

Paul added three free throws in four attempts down the stretch as the Clippers held on for the narrow win.

Griffin's 32 points came on 15-for-25 shooting as the Clippers hit 46.5 percent of their shots.

Center DeAndre Jordan added 14 points to go with 22 rebounds, shooting guard JJ Redick had 14 points and backup guard Jamal Crawford was good for 13.

Thompson led the Warriors with 26 points, but he missed nine of his 11 three-point attempts on a night when Golden State shot just 19.4 percent (6-of-31) from beyond the arc.

Curry complemented Thompson with 16 points and 15 assists. Backup forward Draymond Green (13 points), power forward David Lee (12), small forward Andre Iguodala (11) and center Jermaine O'Neal (10) also scored in double figures for the Warriors, who shot just 41.6 percent.

Despite missing 22 of their first 25 three-point shots and falling 18 down in the third quarter, the Warriors rallied to make a game of it in the fourth quarter.

Curry and Thompson, who had combined to make just one triple in the first 42 minutes of the game, buried back-to-back jumpers from beyond the arc, getting the Warriors within 87-84.

When Thompson scored from inside on Golden State's next possession, suddenly it was a one-point game with 4:24 to play.

But Griffin hit his tough shot from the right corner and Paul brought it home from there.

The Clippers made their big push in the third quarter, extending a three-point halftime advantage to 18 with a 19-4 burst to open the period.

Griffin was at his best during the dominant run, scoring LA's first 10 points on just six shots to push the lead out to 56-44.

Redick added a pair of hoops, including a three-pointer, and Jordan connected twice from short range to complete the 19-point run, pushing the lead to its max at 65-47 at the 6:00 mark.

The Clippers led for a majority of the first half but had ample opportunity to take more than just a 46-43 advantage into halftime.

The Warriors missed all five of their three-point attempts in the first quarter and gave away seven turnovers that became eight Clippers points, yet the Warriors managed to stick within 24-21 at period's end.

The Clippers' failure to pull away early was a result of less-than-stellar shooting both from the floor (10-of-24, 41.7 percent) and at the free-throw line (2-of-6, 33.3 percent). They also went the first 3:14 without a point until Paul dropped in a short jumper.

Griffin had nine of his 15 first-half points in the second quarter, helping LA build a lead that grew as high as nine.

But Golden State scored the final six points of the half, three on a triple by Thompson - the Warriors' first three after 10 misses - to climb within three at the intermission. - Reuters

The scores:

CLIPPERS 98 - Griffin 32, Paul 15, Jordan 14, Redick 14, Crawford 13, Collison 6, Davis 4, Barnes 0, Granger 0, Turkoglu 0

WARRIORS 96 - Thompson 26, Curry 16, Green 13, Lee 12, Iguodala 11, O’Neal 10, Barnes 4, Speights 2, Crawford 2, Blake 0, Armstrong 0

Los Angeles    24-22-29-23
Golden State    21-22-21-32

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