The Clippers seemingly can beat everyone in the NBA this season besides those pesky Warriors.
Golden State took it to Chris Paul and company this past Wednesday, dominating the Clippers at home, 115-94. Now, they'll be looking to perform the same feat this Saturday for the second act of their back-to-back, home-and-away series.
The Warriors (22-10) will be hoping that Stephen Curry can lead them out to another quick lead if they're to make it three wins in a row against the Clippers (25-8). Curry had 25 of his 31 points in the first half of Wednesday's meeting which helped propel Golden State to a 13-point halftime lead. He might have a good chance at another hot start once again, when you factor in that the Clippers are set to face off against the Lakers the previous night.
As for the other Bay Area team, the Kings (12-20) are set to take the court twice this weekend with visits to Toronto and Brooklyn. First up is the Raptors on Friday as Sacramento looks to build off their 107-100 victory from earlier in the season. The next night, the Kings will be looking for some sweet revenge against a Nets team who handled Sacramento at home, 99-90, back in November.
Check back in with SB Nation Bay Area throughout the weekend for continued updates on the Warriors and Kings.