Curry propels Warriors past injury-riddled Clippers

Tricia Pearson
January 7, 2018

With Kevin Durant (right calf strain) missing his second straight game, Curry helped wipe away his teammates' many shortcomings with a season-high 45 points on 11-for-21 shooting, including 8-for-16 from three-point range, in 30 minutes.

At one point in the first quarter, Steph Curry was outscoring the Clippers, 17-16.

The Clippers announced Griffin would not return to the game and was placed in the concussion protocol. Lou Wiliams and DeAndre Jordan led the team with 26 points each, Blake Griffin added 24 points with nine rebounds and seven assists while Wesley Johnson chipped in with 13 points.

He was driving to the basket and seemed to slip before Warriors reserve center JaVale McGee, trying to cut Griffin off, inadvertently caught him in the forehead with an elbow.

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Griffin sat out for 14 games because of a sprained left knee suffered during the Clippers' victory November 27 over the Lakers.

After a whistle, Clippers' athletic trainer Jasen Powell and members of the coaching staff ran to attended to Griffin as the crowd hushed.

Griffin had five points and two rebounds before he left after playing 10 minutes.

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