Los Angeles Lakers vs. Golden State Warriors: Live Score and Analysis for GSW

Christopher Walder@@WalderSportsContributor IIOctober 18, 2013

After trailing by two points at halftime, the Golden State Warriors would go on to outscore the Los Angeles Lakers 63-to-35 in the second half on route to a 115-89 victory in Shanghai, China. 

Klay Thompson led all scorers with 25 points, including a scorching 5-of-6 from three-point range. The team as a whole would hit 15 shots from behind the arc, with eight of those coming from Draymond Green (14 points, six rebounds) and Kent Bazemore (14 points, five assists) off the bench.

With Stephen Curry struggling to get into a rhythm on offense, shooting just 3-of-12 from the field, Andre Iguodala would step up and take over more of a role as a floor general, constantly finding his open teammates on the perimeter. He would finish with 14 assists and just one turnover.

Golden State now travels to Sacramento this Wednesday to do battle with the Kings at the Sleep Train Arena on October 23rd. 

FINAL: Golden State Warriors 115, Los Angeles Lakers 89

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