Christmas Whiteout, multiple ejections and a game that went down to the wire – the Warriors’ 105-103 victory over the Clippers at Oracle Arena had all the dramatics a fan can ask for, including a pair of defensive stops by the Dubs in the game’s final possession. David Lee and Klay Thompson each had 23 points and Stephen Curry scored nine of his 15 points in the fourth quarter. After trailing by as many as 13 points early in the game, the Warriors came back and took the lead for good on a pair of Harrison Barnes free throws with 1:09 left in the fourth quarter. No team scored after that, and the Dubs’ secured their third-straight win when Jamal Crawford’s last-second three-pointer was off the mark. The Warriors will look to keep that winning streak alive on Friday when they host the Suns in another Pacific Division showdown at Oracle Arena.