KD scores 38, Dubs squash Clippers 132-105

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By 95.7 THE GAME

Thursday night, the Golden State Warriors reminded the world who they are.

After Monday night’s 31 point meltdown, the Warriors bounced back with a 132-105 win, taking a 2-1 series lead.

Kevin Durant. You know who he is. He was on fire in the first half, tying his playoff career-high of points in the first half with 27. He would finish the game with 38 points, 7 assists, and 4 rebounds.

KD really out here making a statement. 5-5 from the field with 12 point. pic.twitter.com/fcYVRnvPj4

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Stephen Curry had an efficient game himself, scoring 21 points on 7-of-11 shooting. Curry only played 20 minutes as he was in foul trouble for most of the game.

Steph doing it on both ends.(Pat Bev, please don’t ever ISO anyone ever again) pic.twitter.com/ADT9KM49OB

— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) April 19, 2019

With DeMarcus Cousins’ quad injury, Andrew Bogut is the new starting center for the Dubs. His defensive presence was definitely felt on the floor. He played his role perfectly tonight, picking up 14 rebounds, dropping 5 assists, and scoring 8 points.

Game 4 of this best-of-7 series will take place in Los Angeles this Sunday at 12:30pm. You can catch all the action on 95.7 The Game.