Andrew Wiggins led the Warriors with team-high 31 points.

Andrew Wiggins led the Warriors with team-high 31 points.

On Wednesday, Andrew Wiggins( F) was on fire and led the Warriors against the Clippers with his team-high 31 points. After a disappointing loss to New Orleans on Monday, the Golden State Warriors gave a bounce-back performance and beat the Los Angeles Clippers 124-107.

Last Monday, against the New Orleans Pelicans, Warriors star Stephen Curry, Andrew Wiggins, Klay Thomson, and Draymond Green sat out. The Golden State Warriors set themselves back on the right way to getting to the .500 imprint two days after their crushing defeat.

Andrew Wiggins gave a hotshot performance. He tallied his most noteworthy points entirely of the year. His offense was fabulous and keeping in mind that a massive part of that was shooting 60% beyond the arc, his hustle got to the hoop.

Wiggins crushed the Los Angeles Clippers down the court, experiencing a significant transition. He beat them with backdoor cuts in the halfcourt, moved steadily, and scored easy shots.

Andrew Wiggins was on fire against the Clippers and had 31 points, including four rebounds, three steals, four assists, and one block, with 66% field goals and 6/10 3-pointers. But Wiggins gave all credit to Stephen Curry for his successfully filling up the box score.

After the match, Wiggins said about Curry, ” He’s magical in the court. Just playing alongside him, he just makes everything easier.”

Curry had 22 points, including 9-20 shooting, 55% TS, 4-10 3-Pointers, six rebounds, a turnover, and nine assists in just 32 minutes of playtime. It was not Curry’s most influential game, yet his passing splendor proceeds. During the match, Stephen Curry had the best career time from a passing viewpoint, and the numbers made it up. He’s having one of his most productive playmaking seasons and has the minor turnover pace of his career by a mile.

Another celebrity player of the Golden State Warriors, Klay Thomson(G), contributed 18 points, while Draymond Green scored nine points, 12 assists, and seven rebounds.

Meanwhile, Marcus Morris Sr. (F) led the Los Angeles Clippers with a team-high 19 points and five rebounds. Norman Powell and Terance Mann contributed 17 points each. Amer Coffey scored crucial 13 points, including three rebounds and seven assists, while goaltender Reggie Jackson contributed 11 points for the Clippers.

Team Stats

Golden State Warriors

Field Goals: 48/97, 49.5%

Three Pointers: 19/51, 37.3%

Free Throws: 9/13, 69.2%

Total Rebounds: 45

Offensive Rebounds: 12

Assists: 36

Blocks: 5

Steals: 11

Turnovers: 13

Points in the Paints: 50

Fouls Personal: 26

Los Angeles Clippers

Field Goals: 39/86, 45.3%

Three Pointers: 11/28, 39.3%

Free Throws: 18/27, 66.7%

Total Rebounds: 43

Offensive Rebounds: 10

Assists: 22

Blocks: 2

Steals: 5

Turnovers: 16

Points in the Paints: 48

Fouls Personal: 13

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