Warriors outlast Clippers in Game 6
The Warriors faithful didn't want Game 6 to be the final home game of the season...
O'Neal goes down
Jermaine O'Neal sprained his right knee with 9:39 remaining in the second quarter and did not return...
Barnes gets loose
Matt Barnes averaged 6.2 points per game through the first five games of the series. He scored 18 in Game 6 but it wasn't enough for a Clippers win...
Speights steps up
With Jermaine O'Neal sidelined, Marreese Speights contributed 12 points and 6 rebounds in just 12 minutes of action...
Crawford steps up, too
Jordan Crawford two points in Game 1, 11 in Game 2 (Warriors were blown out), two points in Game 3, did not play in Game 4, and scored two points in Game 5. He chipped in eight big points off the bench in Game 6.
Only three shots for Jordan
After registering 25 points and 18 rebounds in Game 5, Jordan compiled just nine points in Game 6 (he did have 19 rebounds and 4 blocks). He shot just 3-for-9 from the free throw line...
Rough shooting night for Griffin
Blake Griffin took 24 shots and scored just 17 points. He also fouled out...
Quiet night for Lee
David Lee fouled out in 26 minutes. He contributed eight points and nine rebounds.
Crawford stays hot
Jamal Crawford led all Clippers in scoring with 19 off the bench. (He scored 26 in Game 4 and 19 in Game 5)
Frustrating night for Paul
Chris Paul chipped in just nine points and eight assists, and committed four turnovers. He was 3-for-10 from the field.
Iguodala's 3, plus the free throw
Andre Iguodala's 3-pointer with 2:31 left gave the Warriors a 96-89 lead. Not only did he make the shot, but Blake Griffin fouled out on the play... (Iguodala did miss the free throw after the TV timeout, though)
After taking just 10 shots in Game 5, Stephen Curry came out firing in Game 6. Early in the second quarter he had already attempted 15 field goals. He finished the game with 24 points on 9-for-24 shooting, dished out nine assists and committed just two turnovers. (He committed eight in Game 5)
Man of the night
Draymond Green's Game 6 stat line: 14 points, 14 rebounds, four assists, five steals in 41 minutes... Game 7 between the Warriors and Clippers is Saturday night on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area. Coverage starts at 7:00 with Warriors Pregame Live