The Los Angeles Clippers stunned the Golden State Warriors and basketball fans everywhere in Game 2 of their first-round Western Conference playoff series at Oracle Arena on Monday night, rallying from a 31-point deficit to steal a 135-131 win and even up their series 1-1.

In doing so, the Clippers set a franchise playoff record with 34 assists:

Lou Williams led the way with 11 assists off the bench for Los Angeles. Danilo Gallinari chipped in with six, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Patrick Beverley each finished with five dimes.

The Clippers used an incredible 85-point second half to come away with the win.

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Williams paced Los Angeles with 36 points, and Montrezl Harrell posted a double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds. Gallinari contributed with 24 points, and six LA players scored in double figures overall.

Many felt that the Clippers would get swept by the Warriors in this series, especially after a Game 1 in which Golden State appeared to be toying with Los Angeles in a 121-104 win.

However, the Clips were able to come up with a historic victory on Monday evening to essentially take home-court advantage away from the Dubs, as the Clippers will now have a chance to grab a 2-1 series lead on Thursday night at Staples Center.

For the Warriors, Stephen Curry led the team with 29 points and Kevin Durant finished with 21, but all eyes were on DeMarcus Cousins, who left the game with what Golden State would later call a “significant” quad injury. While nothing is official yet, it looks like the Dubs may have to try to defend their title without Cousins.