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LA Clippers vs Golden State Warriors Preview and Predictions -03-10-2020

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Los Angeles Clippers vs Golden State Warriors

Where: Chase Center, San Francisco, CA

When: Tuesday, March 10, 10:30 PM. ET.

The Golden State Warriors will be going for their second consecutive win when they take on the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night.

Clippers Going For Seventh Win In Eight Games

The Clippers had their six-game winning streak snapped by the Los Angeles Lakers in their last game and will try to bounce back from the loss with a win over the Warriors, which will give them their seventh win in their last eight games. They will also be going for their third win as favorites against the spread in their last four games when they play on Tuesday.

The Clippers are still second in the Western Conference standings, but they are now 6.5 games behind the Los Angeles Lakers. They will try to make up some ground with a win over the team with the worst record in the league.

Los Angeles has played well offensively, averaging 116 points per game. The team is shooting 46 percent from the field and 36 percent from three-point range. They finished with 103 points in their last game and will need a better performance if they want to pick up the win.

Paul George led the way for the Clippers with 31 points and six rebounds. Kawhi Leonard finished with 27 points and two rebounds, while Montrezl Harrell added 20 points and eight rebounds for the Clippers.

Los Angeles has also played well defensively giving up 109.7 points per game. They gave up 112 points in their last game and will need a better defensive performance if they want to beat the Warriors.

Warriors Going For Third Win In Four Games

The Warriors have played well over the last week, winning two of their last three games. They will try to keep the momentum going with a win over the Clippers, which will give them their second win in a row and third win in their last four games. They will also be going for their fourth consecutive win against the spread as underdogs on Tuesday night.

Golden State has struggled offensively, averaging 106.3 points per game. The team is shooting 43 percent from the field and 33 percent from three-point range. They finished with 118 points in their last game and will need a similar performance if they want to pick up the win.

Damion Lee led the way for the Warriors with 24 points, six rebounds, and three assists. Eric Paschall finished with 23 points and six assists, while Marquese Chriss added 13 points, 10 rebounds, and eight assists for the Warriors.

Golden State has struggled defensively giving up 114.8 points per game. They gave up 114 points in their last game and will need a better defensive performance if they want to beat the Clippers.

Live Stream Schedule

Wed, Oct 23vsLos Angeles9:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Oct 25@Golden State9:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Oct 27@Phoenix9:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Oct 29vsCharlotte9:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Oct 31@Utah9:00 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Nov 1vsSan Antonio9:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Nov 4vsUtah9:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 7vsMilwaukee10:00 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Nov 8vsPortland10:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Nov 12vsToronto10:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 14@Houston7:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Nov 15@New Orleans8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Nov 17vsAtlanta10:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Nov 19vsOklahoma City10:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 21vsBoston10:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Nov 23vsHouston10:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Nov 25vsNew Orleans9:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Nov 27@Dallas8:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Nov 28@Memphis8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Nov 30@San Antonio8:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Dec 2vsWashington10:30 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Dec 4vsPortland10:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Dec 7@Milwaukee8:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Dec 9@Washington6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Dec 10@Indiana7:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Dec 12@Toronto7:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Dec 14@Minnesota8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Dec 15@Chicago8:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Dec 18vsPhoenix10:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Dec 20vsHouston10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Dec 22@San Antonio8:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Dec 23@Oklahoma City7:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Dec 26@Los Angeles8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Dec 29vsUtah10:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Jan 1@Sacramento5:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Jan 3vsDetroit10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Jan 5vsMemphis3:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Jan 6vsNew York3:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Jan 11vsGolden State10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Jan 13@Denver8:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Jan 15vsCleveland10:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Jan 17vsOrlando10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Jan 19@New Orleans3:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Jan 22@Dallas8:30 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Jan 23@Atlanta7:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Jan 25@Miami8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Jan 27@Orlando6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Jan 29@Los Angeles10:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Jan 31vsSacramento10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Feb 2vsMinnesota3:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Feb 4vsSan Antonio10:30 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Feb 6vsMiami10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Feb 9@Minnesota8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Feb 10@Cleveland7:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Feb 12@Philadelphia7:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Feb 14@Boston8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Feb 23vsSacramento3:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Feb 25vsMemphis10:30 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Feb 27@Phoenix9:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Feb 29vsDenver10:30 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Mar 2vsPhiladelphia3:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Mar 4@Oklahoma City8:00 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Mar 6@Houston8:00 AMYoupit Network
Sat, Mar 9vsLos Angeles2:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Mar 11@Golden State9:30 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Mar 14vsBrooklyn9:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Mar 15vsNew Orleans9:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Mar 17vsDallas9:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Mar 19@Denver8:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Mar 21vsPhoenix9:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Mar 24@New York6:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Mar 26@Brooklyn6:00 AMYoupit Network
Thu, Mar 28@Detroit6:00 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Mar 29@Charlotte6:00 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Mar 31vsIndiana9:30 AMYoupit Network
Wed, Apr 3@Sacramento9:00 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Apr 5vsOklahoma City2:30 AMYoupit Network
Mon, Apr 8@Utah9:00 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Apr 9vsChicago9:30 AMYoupit Network
Fri, Apr 12vsGolden State7:30 AMYoupit Network
Sun, Apr 14vsMinnesota9:30 AMYoupit Network
Tue, Apr 16@Portland9:00 AMYoupit Network

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The Los Angeles Clippers (branded as the LA Clippers) are an American professional basketball team based in Los Angeles. The Clippers compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of Pacific Division of the league’s Western Conference. The Clippers play their home games at the Staples Center, an arena they share with fellow NBA team the Los Angeles Lakers, as well as the Los Angeles Sparks of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), and the Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League (NHL).

The franchise was founded in 1970 as the Buffalo Braves, and were one of three expansion teams to join the NBA that year, along with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Portland Trail Blazers. The Braves saw some success and reached the playoffs three times, led by league Most Valuable Player (MVP) Bob McAdoo. Conflicts with the Canisius Golden Griffins over the Buffalo Memorial Auditorium and the sale of the franchise led to them relocating from Buffalo, New York, to San Diego, California.

In 1978, upon relocating, the franchise was rebranded to be known as the San Diego Clippers, in reference to the sailing ships synonymous with San Diego Bay. The franchise saw limited success on the court in its six years in San Diego despite the acquisition of star center Bill Walton, who missed nearly three full seasons due to injury upon his arrival. In 1981, the franchise was acquired by Los Angeles-based real estate mogul, Donald Sterling.

In 1984, the franchise was controversially relocated to Los Angeles by Sterling without the approval of the NBA. Despite fines and a lawsuit brought on against franchise ownership by the NBA seeking to return the franchise to San Diego, the team was ultimately permitted to remain in Los Angeles, where they failed to see significant regular season or playoff success. They were frequently seen as an example of a perennial loser in American professional sports, drawing unfavorable comparisons to their historically successful city-rivals, the Lakers.

Between 2008 and 2017, the organization improved through the additions of players such as Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, and Chris Paul. This lineup led the Clippers as a consistent playoff team and were nicknamed “Lob City”. In the 2012–13 and 2013–14 seasons, the franchise won its first division titles. They appeared in the playoffs seven times from 2012 to 2019, equaling the number of appearances for the franchise from 1970 to 2011.

In 2019, the Clippers signed two-time NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Kawhi Leonard and traded a record number of draft picks for perennial NBA All-Star Paul George.