LOS ANGELES -- Stephen Curry scored 31 points and Kevin Durant added 19 on Monday as the Golden State Warriors cruised past the Los Angeles Clippers 141-113 a day after falling at home to the Detroit Pistons.
It was the Warriors' 11th consecutive victory over their Western Conference rival, with the Clippers last beating Golden State on Christmas Day 2014.
The Clippers took their second consecutive defeat after opening the season 4-0. They lost to the Pistons a day before the Warriors did.
After a competitive first quarter, Golden State (5-3) built a 17-point lead at halftime and was barely threatened. The Clippers cut the lead to single digits multiple times in the third quarter, but the Warriors pulled away with ease.
The Warriors once again showed how adept they are at sharing the ball. They had 37 assists to the Clippers' 21, with three players -- Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green -- recording six assists each, while Andre Iguodala had five.
Green added 16 points and nine rebounds. Thompson contributed 15 points and five boards. JaVale McGee came off the Warriors' bench to score 10 points.
Curry was 7-for-11 from 3-point range, including one at the third-quarter buzzer when he raced down court and pulled up at the top of the arc.
Golden State hit 14 of 29 3-points attempts (48.3 percent), while Los Angeles shot 10 of 25 (40 percent) from long range.
NOTES: Clippers F Blake Griffin made two 3-pointers Monday and now has multiple 3-pointers in six consecutive games, the longest such streak of his career. ... Los Angeles G Austin Rivers scored just five points as a starter Monday after entering the game having averaged 17.3 points per game in his first three contests as a starter. ... Warriors F Kevin Durant saw his streak of consecutive 20-point games to start the season end at seven after scoring 19 on Monday. ... Warriors G Klay Thompson made just one 3-pointer, but it was enough to extend his 3-pointer streak to 62 games, currently the longest active run in the NBA.