This is a tough one to call.
Curry did score 38 points, and he did shoot 9-of-14 from beyond the arc (14-of-23 overall). He also handed out nine assists.
But the turnovers. My goodness, the turnovers.
Steph coughed the ball up 11 times in this one, throwing careless passes and exhibiting sloppy ball-handling that really put his team in a hole.
This was very uncharacteristic of Curry, as he is usual a fine decision-maker and runs the offense smoothly. However, this was just not his night in that capacity.
Yes, he shot the ball extremely wall (surprise, surprise) and hit some threes to keep the game close in the fourth quarter, but I can't give him too high of a mark because of all of the miscues. The turnovers simply led to far too many Clippers points.
Wow. Just wow.
Paul scored 42 points and dished out 15 assists in the Clippers' win over the Warriors, and in the fourth quarter, he poured in 15 points to stave off any chance of a Golden State rally.
CP3 was everywhere in this one. He got to the rim, he knocked down mid-range jumpers, he got to the free-throw line with impunity (16-of-17 from the stripe) and also recorded six steals.
He did have six turnovers, but they were not that detrimental to the Clips throughout the contest.
Finally, Paul shot 12-of-20 from the floor and posted a plus-17.