Extra Pass: Warriors aim to break road losing skid

Published March 15, 2023, 2:30 PMJC Ansis

The Warriors are hoping to put an end to their eight-game losing streak on the road when they visit the Clippers tomorrow.

What's up with the Warriors?

The Golden State Warriors are heading into tomorrow's matchup against the Clippers on a high after scoring two straight victories. And now is the time for the Dubs to end their woes on the road.

Golden State has lost eight straight games away from Chase Center because it is giving up 123.8 points per game, compared to just 111.7 at home.

Good thing they have momentum from two consecutive wins when they face the Clippers tomorrow. In their recent game, Klay Thompson scored 33 of his 38 points in the first half to pace the Warriors past the Suns.

Steph Curry, who had a monster game against the Bucks, is also slowly getting back into the groove as the postseason approaches, which isn't good news for the Clippers.

What's up with the Clippers?

?The Clippers, meanwhile, are riding a three-game winning streak to open this five-game homestand.

Their recent win came at the expense of the New York Knicks, and it was all because of their star duo.

Kawhi Leonard spearheaded the attack with 38 points while his co-star, Paul George, contributed 22 markers, eight rebounds, and eight assists.

The Warriors are second in the league in points per game with 118.2, but the Clippers seem to have found their defensive identity as of late. LA has been holding teams to just 97.5 points in their last two matchups, which isn't good news for the Warriors.

Where to watch

Catch these two Western teams go at each other tomorrow live on NBA League Pass.