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Clippers Vs. Warriors: L.A. Drops Second Straight Game

The Clippers lost consecutive games for the first time since December 28-30.

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Clippers Vs. Warriors Final Score: Monta Ellis Scores 32, Sends L.A. To Second Straight Loss, 104-97

Monta Ellis had 32 points, five rebounds, and four assists, leading the Golden State Warriors to a 104-97 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night, the second straight loss for Los Angeles. The Clippers lost consecutive games for the first time since December 28-30.

Ellis was 4-of-4 from three-point range on the night.

Chris Paul led the Clippers (19-11) with 24 points and added six assists and four rebounds, but also had five turnovers. Blake Griffin added 21 points and nine rebounds for the Clippers, who shot 42.9% on the night.

Mo Williams hit his first six three-point attempts en route to 22 points off the bench. The Sixth Man of the Year candidate scored 13 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter. Williams ended the night 6-for-7 from distance and on the season is shooting 41.2% from beyond the arc.

David Lee had 24 points and 13 rebounds for the Warriors (12-17), who shot 45.8% from the field on the night.

The Clippers finish their pre-All-Star break schedule Wednesday night at Staples Center against the Denver Nuggets.

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Clippers Vs. Warriors Tip-Off, TV Schedule, And More

The Los Angeles Clippers hit the road Monday night to face the Golden State Warriors in a Pacific Division showdown at Oracle Arena. Here are the relevant details of Monday's contest:

Records: Clippers (19-10); Warriors (11-17)

Location: Oracle Arena in East Oakland

Time: 7:30 p.m. PST

TV: Prime Ticket

Offensive Efficiency: Clippers, 107.6 points per 100 possessions (fourth in NBA); Warriors, 105.7 (seventh)

Defensive Efficiency: Warriors, 107.8 (27th); Clippers, 104.5 (20th)

Home vs. Road: The Clippers are 8-6 on the road this season; the Warriors are 8-9 at home this season.

20-20 Man: Blake Griffin had 22 points and 20 rebounds on Saturday against San Antonio, his first 20-20 game of his career. He's the first player since 2003-04 with over 21 PPG, 11 RPG, 2.5 APG, and 53% FG%. The only other player averaging 21 points or better and 11 rebounds of better is Kevin Love.

Man of Steal: Chris Paul has recorded at least one steal in at least 33 straight games, the longest streak in the NBA.

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Clippers Vs. Warriors: LA Looks To Reclaim Mojo On Road In Oakland

Chris Paul is the only player in the NBA averaging 18+ PPG, 8.5+ APG, and 2.0 SPG.

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