The Los Angeles Clippers look to bounce back from a loss with a victory on Tuesday when visiting the Golden State Warriors. LA is third in the Pacific Division at 34-32 and 18 games behind the first-place Phoenix Suns. The Clippers were defeated by the New York Knicks 116-93 on Sunday, snapping the five-game winning streak of the Clippers. Amir Coffey was the leading scorer for the Clippers with 16 points.
Reggie Jackson is leading the Clippers in scoring and assists with averages of 17.0 points and 4.7 assists per game, while Ivica Zubac is the leading rebounder with an average of 8.2 rebounds per game. The Clippers have six players averaging double-figures in scoring and as a team are scoring an average of 107.2 points per game, while shooting 45.6% overall and 36.6% from 3-point territory.
Golden State completes a back to back on Tuesday when hosting the LA Clippers after playing on the road Monday against the Denver Nuggets. Golden State is second in the Pacific Division at 43-21 and eight games behind the first-place Phoenix Suns. Golden State was defeated by the Los Angeles Lakers 124-116 on Friday. Golden State has lost each of its last four.
Stephen Curry is the leading scorer and leader in assists for Golden State with averages of 25.8 points and 6.4 assists per game, while Kevon Looney is the leading rebounder with an average of 7.5 rebounds per game. Andrew Wiggins is the second-leading scorer with an average of 17.4 points per game and one of four players for Golden State averaging double-figures in scoring. The Warriors are scoring an average of 111.0 points per game.