Warriors plagued by turnovers, fall to Pacers 129-118


The Warriors kept making run after run late in the game, bringing the game to single digits multiple times. But in the end, the Pacers stood tall 129-118.

The Warriors had 20 turnovers, compared to Indiana's 10. That was the game essentially.

Even with the Warriors shooting 48% from the field, and 49% from deep, the Pacers 33 points off of turnovers was simply insurmountable.

D'Angelo Russell went off for 37 points on an efficient 13-of-21 shooting, 9-of-13 from deep.

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With Willie Cauley-Stein reportedly on his way to Dallas, Marquese Chriss made the start tonight at center. He didn't miss a shot, scoring 13 points on 5-of-5 shooting, 1-of-1 from deep, and 2-of-2 from the charity stripe.

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The Warriors will play next this Tuesday in Philadelphia against the 76ers. Tip-off is at 4pm, coverage begins at 2:30pm here on 95.7 The Game.