Warriors Blast Clippers in Game 4, Even Best-of-Seven Series

Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118

  on April 28 2014 10:47 AM
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
  • Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
    Los Angeles Clippers 97, Golden State Warriors 118
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It was only a matter of time before a previously-bottled Stephen Curry would explode.

The Warriors sniper did on Sunday (Monday morning Australia) hitting a career-high 7 three-pointers on the way to 33 points in an evening when his team treated the Los Angeles Clippers to a 118-97 blowout. Curry also added 7 rebounds and 7 assists for the evening.

Five other Warriors provided double-figure scoring to help Golden State avoid the 1-3 deficit in the series, which will shift back to L.A. for Game 5 on Tuesday. Andre Iguodala had 22 points and 9 assists while Klay Thompson, David Lee and Harrison Barnes had 15 points each.

It was an early blowout too. G.S. led by 15 at the end of the first canto and the Clippers just folded the rest of the way. Blake Griffin led the losing side with 21 points.

View the slideshow for more images from Game 4 of the Los Angeles-Golden State playoffs match-up.

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