Kobe sits out with injury, Russell returns for Lakers, and this photo

Lakers guard Michael Frazier II (left) and Golden State Warriors forward James Michael McAdoo share an intimate moment during the third quarter at Valley View Casino Center.

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SAN DIEGO — Jordan Clarkson scored 17 points and Julius Randle had 14 to lead the Los Angeles Lakers to an 85-70 win over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night in a preseason game that was stopped late in the third quarter due to unplayable conditions on the court.

The game was called with 2:16 left in the third because of moisture spots caused by the ice below the court at the Valley View Casino Center.

WARRIORS: Stephen Curry led all scorers with 19 points and had four assists. … Ezeli Festus had 10 points and nine rebounds. … Jason Thompson had a game-high 11 rebounds.

LAKERS: Rookie guard D’Angelo Russell, the team’s top pick, started after missing two games with a bruised glute and had two points. … Kobe Bryant was out with a bruised left leg.

STAR WATCH: Curry had 14 first-half points, included 4-for-8 shooting on 3-pointers.

MIDSEASON FORM: The Lakers’ Nick Young hit three straight 3-pointers in less than two minutes in the second quarter. On his third one, he was fouled and converted his free throw for a four-point play.

UP NEXT: Golden State visits the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday. The Lakers host Portland in Los Angeles on Monday.