Golden State Warriors vs Los Angeles Clippers Live Stream & TV Channel Game 4 NBA Playoffs 2019 Full HD
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Clearly, Golden State bounced back from their second-half meltdown in Game 2 of the series by putting the boots to the Clippers and not letting up in Game 3.
And The Warriors took a 2-1 series lead in the process and regained home court advantage. Golden State will look to take a commanding 3-1 series lead with a win here.
The Warriors shot 54.8 percent from the field, including 15 of 35 from three-point range, and won the rebounding battle 50-43. Kevin Durant led Golden State with 38 points and seven assists in the win.
The top-seeded Golden State Warriors are on the road as they travel to face the eighth-seeded LA Clippers Sunday afternoon in Game 4 of their best of seven first-round series.
Golden State won the opening game of the series 121-104 at home on Saturday night.
LA countered by rallying for a 135-131 victory Monday night in their previous contest. In Game 3, Golden State rolled to a 132-105 victory to regain home court advantage.
The Warriors lead the all-time regular season series 131-87 and took three of the four matchups this season.
In the postseason, the Clippers won the only previous series between the teams, taking a seven-game series in the first round of the 2014 playoffs.
That means the teams are even in playoff victories as each team has five.
LA had the momentum after setting an NBA playoff record by rallying from 31 down in the third quarter to win Game 2.
Unfortunately for the Clippers, they were unable to maintain that momentum at home in Game 3 as they were waxed.
LA now has to bounce back and try to even the series with a win here as opposed to being down 3-1.
The Clippers trailed 41-24 after the opening quarter and was down 73-52 at the half.
Instead of making a run in the third quarter, LA was outscored 36-24 to end up down 33 after three quarters.
Actually, The Clippers didn’t make a serious fourth quarter run and went down in flames. LA shot 37.2 percent from the field
including seven of 32 from three-point range, and was beaten 50-43 on the glass.
Ivica Zubac had 18 points and 15 rebounds despite only playing 17 minutes to lead the Clippers in the loss
The Warriors jumped to a 17-point lead after the opening quarter and extended their lead to 21 at the half.
Of course Unlike Game 2, Golden State put the boots to the Clippers and didn’t let up as they were up 33 after three quarters en route to the win.