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Crunching numbers in the Warriors’ win over the Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin, left, shoots as Warriors forward Kevin Durant defends during the first half on Thursday night in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin, left, shoots as Warriors forward Kevin Durant defends during the first half on Thursday night in Los Angeles. The Associated Press

A statistical look at the Warriors’ 133-120 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday at Staples Center in Los Angeles:

2-5: The Clippers’ record since star point guard Chris Paul was knocked out of the lineup with a thumb injury.

3: Warriors who scored at least 20 points – All-Stars Stephen Curry (29), Kevin Durant (26) and Klay Thompson (21).

3: Steals by the Warriors’ Durant and Andre Iguodala and the Clippers’ Blake Griffin.

5: Consecutive victories by Golden State, which has won 11 of its last 12 games overall.

7: Warriors who scored in double figures.

9: Consecutive wins by the Warriors against the Clippers.

9: Game-high rebounds by the Warriors’ James Michael McAdoo.

10: Assists by Durant.

11: Game-high assists by Curry.

15: Consecutive games with 20 or more points by Curry.

26: Consecutive games in which the Warriors have scored 100 or more points.

31: Game-high points scored by Griffin on 10-of-19 shooting.

38: Assists by Golden State, compared to 24 by Los Angeles.

43-7: The Warriors’ NBA-best record.

53%: The Warriors’ shooting percentage (52 for 99).

152: League-leading dunks by the Clippers’ DeAndre Jordan.

200: Three-pointers made this season by Curry (who had three Thursday night), making him the first player in NBA history to have 200 or more 3-pointers in five consecutive seasons.

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