OAKLAND, Calif. -- So much for those 3-point problems.
Three days removed from shooting a paltry 6-for-31 from behind the arc in Game 3, the Golden State Warriors hit 15-of-32 triples en route to an 118-97 victory over the Clippers in Game 4 on Sunday afternoon.
In a contest controlled on the court by the Warriors and dominated off it by the controversy surrounding the alleged racial comments by Clippers owner Donald Sterling, L.A. seemed mostly out of synch from the opening tip.
Not even the opening tip -- during pregame layup lines, the first Clippers' player down, Darren Collison, dribbled the ball of his foot -- much to the delight of the Oracle Arena rowdy crowd.
Stephen Curry was nearly unstoppable from 3-point land, hitting five alone in the first quarter to end with 33 points (7 of 14 from behind the arc). Curry's sharp shooting counterpart, Klay Thompson, added 15 points (3 for 8).
"I was looking for any space I could get," Curry said. "Once you hit a couple (3s) early, it ...