Williams, No. 23, delivered 33 points off the bench for the Clippers.
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Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr accused his team of taking victory for granted Wednesday as the champions slumped to an upset 129-121 playoff defeat to the Los Angeles Clippers.But a 45-point display from Kevin Durant could not mask a shoddy Warriors defensive performance which the Clippers exploited to claw the series back to 3-2 as the teams head to Los Angeles for Game 6 .Lou Williams delivered 33 points off the bench for the Clippers while Patrick Beverley hauled down 14 rebounds to craft an upset which left Kerr bemoaning a lackluster showing from his team.While Kerr and the Warriors reflected on a chastening loss, Clippers head coach Doc Rivers waved off suggestions that his team could go on to eliminate the Warriors, who are chasing a fourth title in five seasons.
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