NBA: Warriors and Stephen Curry score massive win over Pacers

The Golden State Warriors secured a tough victory at the Indiana Pacers, capitalizing on a last-minute comeback. Stephen Curry was in charge, but that wasn’t enough for the long-awaited three-point record.

Indiana Pacers (12-17) – Golden State Warriors (22-5) 100: 102 (BOXSCORE)

Curry had 26 points (8/20 FG, 5/15 three-sets) as well as 6 rebounds and 6 assists, but there were also 7 ball losses. Curry now only misses a three-pointer to tie Ray Allen on the all-time leaderboard for most three-pointers in NBA history. The next night he gets his next chance at the New York Knicks.

At least when his coach doesn’t mind. “I’m going to give Steve a break tomorrow” – Steve Kerr said at the post-match press conference. before he discovers the fraud himself.

More importantly, it was enough to beat the last mighty Pacers, who won three games in a row. Curry has received support from Draymond Green, Andrew Wiggins (both 15), and Kevon Looney (14). On the other hand, Domantas Sabonis, newly crowned Eastern Conference Player of the Week, controlled 30 points (12/17 FG) and 11 rebounds, Malcolm Brogdon had 23 points and made 8 assists, and Karis Levert scored 19 points.

Pacers coach Rick Carlisle was not part of the game for the second time in a row, as is the NBA’s health and safety protocol. Instead, his team was once again taken care of by assistant coach Lloyd Pierce.


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