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Big stars don't shine, but Warriors still dominate Clippers

Even with Stephen Curry freezing from the arc and Kevin Durant also off his game, the Warriors used their many talents to decimate the rival Clippers.

Warriors amaze with ball movement (0:51)
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China court rules in MJ's favor in trademark case

China's highest court on Thursday ruled in favor of Michael Jordan, who has been in dispute with a sportswear company based in southern China called Qiaodan Sports since 2012.

LeBron tries the water bottle challenge... during the game (0:27)
LeBron has tons of fun at MSG (1:12)
Brown jams it over Vucevic (0:31)
Doris Burke confused by Drake's advances (1:50)
Larry Bird sets Boston record with 60-point performance (1:37)
Should NBA accommodate marijuana use? (2:56)
LeBron believes Westbrook is capable of averaging a triple-double (1:00)
Can the Clippers stop the Warriors? (0:59)
Are Klay, KD more vital to Warriors than Steph? (1:52)
Should Klay have gone for more points? (1:03)


Warriors make easy work of Clippers

Klay Thompson and Draymond Green scored 24 and 22 points respectively in Golden State's 115-98 rout of the Clippers. The loss was the Clippers' fifth in their last seven games.


Jordan throws down vicious putback

DeAndre Jordan cleans up Luc Mbah a Moute's miss with this emphatic slam.


Jaylen Brown dunks over Vucevic

The Celtics rookie shows off his leaping ability as he elevates to slam on the Magic's Nikola Vucevic.


Crawford's rainbow 3 beats the buzzer

Jamal Crawford pulls a Steph Curry and throws up a 3-pointer from well beyond the arc and turns his back as the ball is in midair.


LeBron drives by Knicks defense twice

LeBron James breaks down New York's defense for a dunk on one possession, and then executes a spin move and finishes with a layup during the next sequence.


Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Doc Rivers and Chris Paul said they didn't play with any spirit tonight.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Warriors have now beaten the Clippers seven straight times. This had been one of the better rivalries in the NBA.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

FINAL: Warriors 115, Clippers 98. The Clippers fall to 16-7, going 2-5 in their last seven games, and the Warriors improve to 19-3.

Chris Haynes ESPN.com 

In three games this season at Staples Center, Stephen Curry is an uncharacteristic 4-of-28 from long distance: 0-10, 4-10 and 0-8 tonight.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Rock and his wife are staying until the bitter end of this blowout. #RelationshipGoals

Irving tosses it up, LeBron throws it down

Kyrie Irving lofts the ball to LeBron James, who elevates and completes the alley-oop.


Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Clippers bench looks totally stunned. It's a regular season game but this one will sting longer than most.

Iguodala dunks, Durant raises the roof

Kevin Durant liked what he saw after Andre Iguodala threw down a one-handed slam off a slick pass from JaVale McGee.



Games with 30+ assists this season 1) Warriors - 16 (including tonight) 2) Cavs - 4 3) Everyone else - 3 or less

J.A. Adande @jadande

Wonder what the odds were that neither Stephen Curry nor JJ Redick would hit a 3-pointer in this game

Chris Haynes ESPN.com 

Stephen Curry had 0-for-10 3-point performance at Staples vs. Lakers on 11/4-16. Tonight at Staples after three quarters, 0-for-7 from long.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Warriors 91, Clippers 75 to start the fourth quarter. Warriors have led by as many as 27. Draymond Green leads all scorers with 22.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony's (visibly annoyed) reaction to questions about Phil Jackson's assertion that he has a tendency to hold on to the ball for too long:

Chris Haynes ESPN.com 

Golden State Warriors smiling, laughing, dancing at expense of Los Angeles Clippers. Up 85-63. Appears Clippers are still the Clippers.

Chris Haynes ESPN.com 

Stephen Curry has tied his career high in steals with seven. We're only midway through the third quarter. Warriors up 78-54 on Clippers.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs players are exiting the arena. The meeting lasted approximately 35 minutes.