LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson each scored 24 points and Harrison Barnes had 23 as the Golden State Warriors routed the Los Angeles Lakers 136-97 on Thursday night in the last preseason game for both teams.
Warriors: Curry, last season’s MVP, made nine of 14 shots, was 4 for 8 from 3-point range and added 10 assists. … The Warriors outscored the Lakers by 38 points while Barnes was on the floor. … Curry, Thompson and Barnes all sat out the fourth quarter.READ MORE: Pasadena's Lucky Boy Burgers Sues Postmates Alleging Unfair Business Practices
Lakers: Lou Williams scored 15 of his 19 points in the first half after missing two games because of a sore groin. … Shooting guard Jordan Clarkson left the game with 5:25 left in the first because of a sprained right shoulder.
Kobe watch: Lakers coach Byron Scott is confident that Kobe Bryant will be ready for the season opener after missing his third straight because of a bruised left leg. “There’s no doubt in my mind,” Scott said.
Up Next: The Warriors begin defense of their NBA title on Tuesday night at the New Orleans Pelicans. The Lakers start the season Wednesday at Staples Center against Minnesota.
Sprained right shoulder for Jordan Clarkson, who will not return tonight. He will be reevaluated tomorrow.READ MORE: Lynne Thompson Announced As 2021 Los Angeles Poet Laureate
— Serena Winters (@SerenaWinters) October 23, 2015
Gary Vitti talking to Byron Scott, presumably about Clarkson’s shoulder. Byron shaking his head.
— KEVIN DING (@KevinDing) October 23, 2015
Byron Scott says Jordan Clarkson’s status for the season opener is in doubt due to the shoulder injury.
— Ryan Ward (@Lakers_Examiner) October 23, 2015MORE NEWS: Mayor Eric Garcetti Urges Property Owners To Sign Up For City's New Program
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