Lakers too much for WarriorsBox Score(GS:LAL)
People might start wondering how the Lakers are struggling this season the way they beat the Warriors. The Lakers went with a balanced attack to hand the Warriors their worst loss of the season, 122-90.
Pau Gasol led the Lakers with 19 points and 9 rebounds. They shot 48% from the field as opposed to the 39% of the Warriors. They also forced 19 turnovers while only giving up the ball 9 times.
"It's now or never. We win now or it's over for us. This conference is tight and more losses will hurt us later on." Said Pau Gasol
Warriors bounce back, halt Twolves' 7 game win streakBox Score(GS:MIN)
The Warriors found themselves down again after the half, but they kept their composure and kept the game close. Ricky Rubio had a stellar scoring night with 23 points on 7-16 shooting. But it was Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes who stole the show. He scored a career high 27 points to lead the Warriors to the win.
The Warriors once again benefited in a high scoring showdown. They have never lost a game when they score 100 or more points.
"We need to score to win. That's our game. As long as the shooters are on their game, we're gonna be fine." said coach Mark Jackson
Warriors shoot 17 threes to win against ClippersBox Score(GS:LAC)
Coach Jackson's statement in their last game holds true. The Clippers could not stop the Warriors from shooting the ball.
"They shot everywhere. Every angle, every corner, it always went in." said Clipper guard Chris Paul.
The Warriors scored a season high 131 points versus the 119 of the Clippers. Both teams barely played any defense as they just shot the ball from everywhere. The difference was most shots from the Warriors are 3's while for the Clippers it was dunks from Griffin.
"They score 2, we score 3. As long as that kept up, we know were gonna win" said Harrison Barnes who top scored the Warriors with 24 points.
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