The Warriors lost against the Clippers in a high-scoring game (126-134). Steph Curry dropped 50 games for Golden State but it wasn’t enough.

Despite the loss, Dubs’ head coach Steve Kerr was satisfied with the way that his team fought in this game.

“I’m actually not frustrated,” Kerr said postgame. “I loved our effort. Our guys were connected, came out and battled. I thought the Clippers played a great game. They had 30 assists and 7 turnover. They shot the lights out from three, made 6 threes.

“Their offensive rebounding was a huge factor in the game. That’s especially with our roster the way it is right now. We’re missing a lot of key guys, we’re vulnerable on the glass. I just thought the Clippers played a great game.

“I love the way our guys played. They hung in there. Steph was just sublime. That was incredible to watch him play tonight. It was a great game. We just came up short. It’s always about the process. We’re always looking at how we’re playing and are we connected and are we fighting.

“And that game felt right out there tonight. It just doesn’t mean we always made the right play. We made plenty of mistakes. But it’s a game of mistakes. I just felt like we really competed and gave ourselves a chance, but the Clippers were too good tonight.”