Clippers complete biggest comeback in NBA playoff history to stun Warriors

The Los Angeles Clippers overturned a 31-point deficit as it completed the largest comeback in NBA history at Oracle Arena on Monday.

Los Angeles Clippers guard Lou Williams (23) celebrates with forward Montrezl Harrell.   -  AP

The Los Angeles Clippers produced a record-breaking postseason rally to shock the Golden State Warriors 135-131 and level the Western Conference first-round series.

Los Angeles overturned a 31-point deficit as the Clippers completed the biggest comeback in NBA history at Oracle Arena on Monday.

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The Clippers – which trailed by 31 points with just over seven minutes remaining in the third quarter – eclipsed the previous record set by the Los Angeles Lakers, which rallied from 29 points down to top the Seattle Supersonics in 1989.

Los Angeles cut into the deficit and eventually tied the score on a jumper by Lou Williams with a little more than a minute to play in Game 2.

Warriors star Stephen Curry answered with a three-pointer on the next possession before Williams knocked down another jumper and Landry Shamet connected on a clutch three-pointer to put the Clippers ahead by two with 15.9 seconds to play.

Montrezl Harrell followed with a pair of free throws to seal the victory and even the series at 1-1.

Iguodala headlines Golden State's woes

Warriors forward Andre Iguodala was two-of-six shooting and missed four of his five three-point attempts in his team's loss. He was a minus-1 for the game.

Ed Davis followed up his double-double showing from Game 1 with two points and one rebound in just six minutes of playing time.

Beverley with the dunk!

Patrick Beverley with the steal leading to a dunk from Danilo Gallinari.

Jarrett Allen reached up high to catch this pass and finish an emphatic alley-oop slam.