Lou Williams scored 25 points and was perfect from the free-throw line to lift the Los Angeles Clippers to a 121-116 overtime win over the Golden State Warriors.
Golden State Warriors
- Points: Kevin Durant - 33
- Assists: Kevin Durant - 10
- Rebounds: Draymond Green - 14
Los Angeles Clippers
- Points: Lou Williams - 25
- Assists: Lou Williams - 6
- Rebounds: Harris/Harrell - 8
Williams broke a tie with a lay-up with 55.2 seconds remaining in overtime and later added three free throws after getting fouled on a three-point attempt, clinching the victory over the Stephen Curry-less Warriors.
Williams' tie-breaking hoop came after Klay Thompson capped a 31-point performance with a three-pointer with 1:07 to go to produce a 116-all tie.
After Williams' hoop, the Warriors missed three opportunities to either tie or go ahead when Thompson misfired on a three-pointer and Kevon Looney couldn't connect on two follow-up shots.
Looney then fouled Williams at the other end on his three-point try with 13.4 seconds left, producing the clinching free throws.
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The Warriors forced overtime by scoring the final 11 points of regulation while holding the Clippers without a field goal for the final 6:08.
Thompson's second three-pointer of the late run produced a 106-all tie with 1:27 to go.
Neither team scored again, with Thompson and Kevin Durant missing three-pointers, while Williams misfired three straight times at the other end.
The Clippers missed their last 11 shots of regulation and mixed in two turnovers. They led 101-87 with 6:36 to play.
Williams (25 points) and Montrezl Harrell (23) combined for 48 points off the bench for the Clippers, who beat the two-time defending champs for just the second time in their last 15 meetings.
Williams shot 14-for-14 from the foul line, helping the Clippers to a 30-16 advantage in free-throw points.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (18 points), Tobias Harris (17), Danilo Gallinari (14) and Marcin Gortat (12) also scored in double figures for the Clippers, who began a three-game homestand with a win over Milwaukee on Sunday.
Durant recorded a triple-double for the Warriors before fouling out, accumulating 33 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists.
Andre Iguodala added 14 points and Draymond Green returned from a two-game absence to grab a game-high 14 rebounds for the Warriors, who played a second straight game without Curry, out with a groin injury.
Monday night's results
- New Orleans Pelicans 126-110 Toronto Raptors
- Philadelphia 76ers 124-114 Miami Heat
- Brooklyn Nets 113-120 Minnesota Timberwolves
- Orlando Magic 109-117 Washington Wizards
- Dallas Mavericks 103-98 Chicago Bulls
- Utah Jazz 96-88 Memphis Grizzlies
- Phoenix Suns 101-118 Oklahoma City Thunder
- San Antonio Spurs 99-104 Sacramento Kings
- Golden State Warriors 116-121 Los Angeles Clippers (OT)
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