The Los Angeles Clippers put together a historic comeback to stun the Golden State Warriors 135-131 in Game Two of their first-round playoff series in Oakland. Golden State led by 31 midway through the third quarter before LA clawed its way back. Lou Williams led the charge with 36 points and 11 assists. Landry Shamet nailed the go-ahead three-pointer for the Clippers, who tied the series at one. L.A. now owns the record for the largest postseason comeback. Steph Curry scored 29 for Golden State and Kevin Durant added 21 before fouling out. DeMarcus Cousins left the game with a quad injury that appears to be serious.
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