The Golden State Warriors have created high hopes for the rest of the 2012-2013 season with a satisfying and surprising 19-10 start to the year. As the calender tips to 2013, one of their Pacific-division-rivals, the Los Angeles Clippers, are one of the NBA's other big surprises. The Clippers (22-6), winners of 14 straight games, currently lead the Pacific by 3.5 games. With three games against the Clippers in the next three weeks, including a home-and-home on Wed, 1/2 and Sat, 1/5, the Warriors need to prove they can hang with the top teams in the West.
Check out this link for a detailed examination of how the Clippers bench is dominating it's opponents.
Key to stopping the trifecta of Odom, Barnes and Bledsoe, will be the rebounding of the Warriors' bigs and the ball-control of Warriors PG Jarrett Jack.
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