April 12, 2019
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Photo: Twitter/Golden State Warriors
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The Golden State Warriors decimated the LA Clippers at home (121-104) in Game 1 of the Western Conference quarter-finals.

The two-time defending champions dominated their opponents from the opening tip and never looked back. They led by as many as 19 points and cruised to an easy victory.

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Stephen Curry led the winners with a game-high 38 points (8/12 from the three-point range), 15 rebounds and seven assists. Kevin Durant added 23 points.

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Five players scored in double figures for the losing squad, with Montrezl Harrell having a team-high 26 points.

Game 2 will be played at the Oracle Arena on Monday (15/04).

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