The Warriors played from behind for nearly the entire game and could not make enough plays down the stretch in Tuesday’s 113-103 road loss to the Clippers. Splash Brothers Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for seven 3-pointers, but Stephen Curry was held to just 10 shot attempts and the Warriors fell behind 3-2 in the series. Thompson led the Warriors with 21 points and David Lee and Andre Iguodala each added 18 points, while Curry put in 17 in the Game 5 defeat. Once again, a slow start, foul trouble and turnovers proved costly for the Warriors, who trailed by 10 at the end of the first quarter. The Clippers out-scored the Warriors by 18 on free throws and turned 13 Golden State turnovers into 22 points. The Warriors now face a win-or-go-home scenario as the series moves back north to #WarriorsGround for Game 6 on Thursday.