The LA Clippers endured the comeback of the Golden State Warriors and overpowered their opponents (121-129) to remain alive in the series (3-2).
The Clippers were in control for the majority of the night and led by as many as 15 points (66-81). But, the two-time defending champions turned things around and took the upper hand (118-117).
However, the visitors stood tall and closed the game on a 3-12 run to earn the victory and force a Game 6.
Lou Williams led the winners with a team-high 33 points (12/19 shooting), with Danilo Gallinari and Montrezl Harrell adding 26 and 24 points, respectively. Patrick Beverley finished the game with 17 points (five three-pointers) and 14 rebounds.
Kevin Durant had a game-high 45 points for the losing squad, while Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson posted 24 and 22 points, respectively.
Game 4 will be played in Los Angeles on Friday (26/04).
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