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.