After winning their previous two games in a row, the Golden State Warriors feel confident as they prepare for tomorrow’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers. Now the moment has come for the Dodgers to end their struggles while on the road.
Golden State has dropped eight consecutive games away from the Chase Center since it allows an average of 123.8 points per contest, in contrast to the 111.7 points it averages at home.
When they play the Clippers tomorrow, it will be beneficial for them to have momentum built up from two victories in a row. Klay Thompson led the Warriors to win against the Suns in their most recent game by scoring 33 of his total 38 points in the first half of play.
In addition to having a great game against the Bucks, Steph Curry is slowly getting back into the rhythm as the playoffs draw closer, which is not good news for the Clippers.
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On the other hand, the Clippers are now riding high after opening their five-game homestand with three consecutive victories.
The latest victory they secured came at the cost of the New York Knicks, and it was all due to the efforts of their dynamic combo.
The offense was led by Kawhi Leonard, who scored 38 points, while Paul George, who also played a prominent role, scored 22 points, grabbed eight rebounds, and dished out eight assists.
The Warriors have scored 118.2 points per game this season, which places them in second place in the NBA. On the other hand, the Clippers have regained their footing defensively as of late. The fact that Los Angeles has limited opponents to 97.5 points or less in their previous two games is not good news for Golden State’s basketball squad.