NBA: Late rally falls short as Paul George leads the Clippers past the Warriors.

The Clippers overcame a 22-point deficit in the third quarter to upset the Golden State Warriors, powered by a game-high 25 points from Paul George, who also made the game-winning three-pointer.

Paul George performed admirably for the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday, but the Dallas Mavericks lost 126-120 to Oklahoma City in the NBA despite heroics in the fourth quarter.

The Clippers stunned the Golden State Warriors 112-112, coming back from a 22-point third-quarter hole behind George's game-winning three-pointer and a game-high 25 points.

"It felt good as soon as I released it," George said of the basket that gave the Clippers their first lead of the game. "I got a good look at the basket, thank God it went in."

Draymond Green missed a three-point effort at the buzzer, giving the Warriors one last chance.

The comeback was especially significant, according to George, against the Warriors' strong offense.

"They can put points up so quick," he told me. "The fact we were able to come back, it just shows a lot — this group is ready to fight and play all the way until the end."

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