Stephen Curry looked human (relatively), shooting just 5-of-15 on his way to 23 points. That was a good sign for the Clippers, trying to hand the Warriors their first back-to-back losses of the season.
But then there was Klay Thompson to keep the offense going.
Thompson did a little bit of everything — hustled down the court for transition buckets, dunked, hit some key three-pointers, and when the Clipper defense forced him into the midrange he hit those, too. Thompson finished with 32 points on 23 shots, and combined with Draymond Green‘s triple-double the Warriors did not suffer another loss, winning 115-112.