The Los Angeles Clippers, with a 9-10 record, orchestrated a remarkable turnaround against the Golden State Warriors (9-11), securing a 113-112 victory after trailing by 22 points in the second half.

Paul George, delivering a clutch performance, led the Clippers with 25 points, six rebounds, and six assists. James Harden contributed 21 points, and Kawhi Leonard added 20, forming a formidable trio that propelled the Clippers to victory.

In a nail-biting finish, Stephen Curry’s missed jumper with the Warriors holding a slim 112-110 lead proved crucial.

Russell Westbrook seized the rebound, initiating a swift transition play that culminated in Paul George’s game-winning 3-pointer.

The Warriors, despite a strong showing from Curry with 22 points and 11 assists, faltered in the final moments. Draymond Green’s unsuccessful attempt at a buzzer-beating 3-pointer left the home team stunned.

The Clippers, seeking redemption after a recent loss to the Warriors, displayed resilience. Down 111-106, the Clippers mounted a late surge, with Harden narrowing the gap before Paul George’s decisive shot.

In the second half, the Clippers, led by Harden, mounted a spirited comeback, erasing a 22-point deficit to bring the game within two points. Klay Thompson’s timely 3-pointer for the Warriors maintained their edge, but the Clippers persisted.