The Golden State Warriors need all the fan support they can get for Thursday’s game at the Oracle Arena to beat the Los Angeles Clippers. Looking to feed off the energy of the hometown crowd, the home advantage hopes to bring the team a 2-1 edge in the Western Conference series. According to SB Nation on Thursday, the 40-point loss to the Los Angeles Clippers was embarrassing, but the team can’t focus on that score now.
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The Western Conference series has been hotly contested this year for the NBA playoffs 2014. Fans have watched some amazing basketball and witnessed a few shockers too. The last game the Golden State Warriors had people shaking their heads for sure. And the tough score at Staples Center was a shocker.
The start of Game 3 with The Golden State Warriors versus Los Angeles Clippers is Thursday, April 24 at 10:30 p.m. ET on TNT. Game 4 of the series will remain a home court advantage for Golden State Warriors as the teams return to the Oracle Arena on Sunday afternoon.