Warriors can't keep up with Sabonis and his Pacers

Golden State ran out of fuel in the deciding minutes. The Pacers, despite having casualties like Victor Oladipo's, took the game.


A very disparate performance in the final minutes decided this confrontation between Warriors and Pacers in favor of the seconds. The Californians fell into their fiefdom after holding off the rival for most of the game.

Bjorkgren's men came back in the fourth quarter and put the tie on the scoreboard with 3:37 minutes to go. From there, the 0-11 part of the Indiana team with the Holiday, Turner and Sabonis as important players. Oladipo was one of the casualties they had and it was not noticed. This match ended with 95-104 on the scoreboard.

Myles Turner, author of 22 points, 12 rebounds and 5 blocks, was the highlight of the game. Domantas Sabonis (18 points and 14 rebounds) and Aaron Holiday (16 points and 12 assists) also reached the double-double, which in the case of the Lithuanian has been like that in the eleven games he has played. Wiggins, with 22 points, and Curry, with 20 points, each signed 7/17.

The Pacers continue better as visitors than at home; They came with two defeats in a row and left with 7-4 on the balance sheet. The Warriors were with four victories in five games and they are going down in the West, now with 6-5.

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