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NBA Game Summary - Golden State at LA Clippers

(Saturday, April 10th)

Final Score: LA Clippers 107, Golden State 104

Los Angeles, CA (Sports Network) - Chris Kaman logged 27 points and 10 rebounds and Steve Novak hit a key three-pointer down the stretch to push the Clippers to a 107-104 victory over the Warriors.

Baron Davis scored 21 points before leaving the game in the third quarter with a sprained right wrist, while Rasual Butler had 15 points and eight boards for Los Angeles, which snapped a seven-game losing streak.

"It was good to get the monkey off our back," Clippers interim head coach Kim Hughes said. "We had a super effort by our bigs."

Stephen Curry and Reggie Williams netted 29 and 22 points, respectively, to lead Golden State, which had won three of four coming in.

Novak broke the second of two ties in the fourth quarter, draining a three for a 101-98 lead with 2:44 remaining.

The margin was still three, 105-102, following a Ronny Turiaf tip-in with 24.2 seconds left, and the Clips missed 2-of-4 free throws around two Curry foul shots to give the Warriors one last shot for overtime.

After Golden State called timeout with 4.0 seconds left, Anthony Tolliver rose from the top of the key and bricked the potential tying bucket off the back iron.

"That was a fun game to coach," said Don Nelson, who passed Lenny Wilkens as the NBA's all-time leader for coaching victories with a win over Minnesota on Wednesday. "Both teams played hard and they came away with the win."

The Clippers jumped out to a 35-27 lead after the first quarter, and a back- and-forth second frame resulted in a 63-55 halftime edge for the hosts.

The Warriors cut their deficit to 83-79 heading to the fourth.

Game Notes

Golden State has three games left on its schedule, while LA was two...The teams split the four-game season series...Anthony Morrow had 18 points for the Warriors, who shot 14-of-32 from three-point range but got outrebounded 55-39.

04/11 01:40:27 ET

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