Stephen Curry scored 28 points and was the best scorer of the Golden State Warriors, who added seven straight wins after defeating the Los Angeles Clippers 94-112 home.
The Warriors (32-14) extended their winning streak and clinched first place in the Western Conference.
Kevin Durant contributed 24 points and DeMarcus Cousins added 14 for the Golden State team, first in the Pacific Division, in his debut season after being almost a year off the tracks an injury.
Cousins scored 5 of 11 field goals, finished with six rebounds and three assists in his first game since January 26, 2018 when he broke his left Achilles tendon while playing for the New Orleans Pelicans.
He missed the rest of last season, including nine postseason games for the Pelicans. The Warriors signed him last July.
The Clippers (24-21), with five straight losses, are third in the Pacific Division. The attack was led by Tobias Harris, with 28 points and nine rebounds, and Sai Gilgeos Alexander contributed 24, tying the best mark of his career.