Warriors lose seventh straight, fall to Clippers 109-100

Omari Spellman Kawhi Leonard
By 95.7 THE GAME

The Golden State Warriors stuck with the Los Angeles Clippers most of the game but couldn't walk away with the W. Final: 109-100.

Steve Kerr decided to switch some things up in the starting lineup and he started Omari Spellman instead of Willie Cauley-Stein at center. 

The big man had himself a game. He finished with 17 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists. He was about the only Warrior that could get anything going from deep. Spellman hit four of the Warriors eight threes. 

Omari is throwing a splash party & Klay loves it ------ pic.twitter.com/IfQUDYpxCO

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Glenn Robinson III also had 17 points. 

The Warriors had a 12-point lead entering the fourth quarter but then Kawhi Leonard does what he does and took over. 

Kawhi doing Kawhi things. @kawhileonard steal ➡️ slam ➡️ https://t.co/N7q0Chryms pic.twitter.com/jnJnZbRtep

— LA Clippers (@LAClippers) January 11, 2020

He finished with 36 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. 

The Warriors have been without D'Angelo Russell the last six games but he's expected to return on Sunday when the Warriors face the Memphis Grizzlies. 

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