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NBA Playoffs 2019: Live updates, highlights and more from LA Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors Game 6

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Kevin Durant [NBA Getty Images]

The Golden State Warriors closed out the LA Clippers with a 129-110 win on the road at the STAPLES Center.

Kevin Durant scored a playoff career-high 50 points and Draymond Green notched a triple-double. Next up: the Western Conference Semifinals versus the Houston Rockets.

For highlights, updates and more from the series-clinching victory, we have you covered below.

Final: Golden State Warriors 129, LA Clippers 110 (Warriors win 4-2)

Kevin Durant finished with a playoff career-high of 50 points and Draymond Green notched a triple-double with 16 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists.

The Clippers never quit but couldn't overcome quiet games from Montrezl Harrell (10 points) and Lou Williams (8 points)

End of third quarter: Warriors 102, Clippers 78

In a quarter of runs, the Warriors remain in the lead by 24. The Clippers cut into their deficit, trailing by as little as 11 points in the quarter, but the Warriors wasted no time to get back within a comfortable margin. Kevin Durant still has the hot hand with 46 points for the Warriors. Danilo Gallinari's 22 points leads the Clippers.

Halftime: Warriors 72, Clippers 53

Kevin Durant cannot be stopped right now - his 38 points in the first half is tied for the second-most points scored in a half in NBA Playoff history. He is 12-for-17 from the field, 4-for-8 from beyond the arc and a perfect 10-for-10 from the free throw line.

End of first quarter: Warriors 35, Clippers 31

The Clippers got out to a hot start taking a 21-12 lead but a 17-2 run by the Warriors brought them right back in the game.

Kevin Durant is on fire early with 15 points in the first frame.

Pregame

The Warriors are electing to go small, inserting Shaun Livingston into the starting lineup.

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