Warriors vs. Pacers: Score, Highlights and Reaction from 2015 Regular Season

December 8th, 2015 by Tyler Conway Leave a reply »

The Indiana Pacers seemed primed to give the Golden State Warriors a run for their money. They had lost only two games thus far at home, and they started Paul George and George Hill, a pair of elite perimeter defenders with the on-paper goods to keep pace with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Even their new small-ball strategy seemed like a good fit to keep up offensively.

Well, about that.   

Thompson poured in a game-high 39, and Curry added 29 of his own as the Warriors earned a 131-123 win over Indiana. The win is Golden State's 23rd straight to start the regular season, extending its already seemingly insurmountable NBA record.

ESPN Stats & Info noted where the team's streak stands overall:   

For most of the game, the Warriors looked as if they were headed to another historic drubbing. They scored 44 points in the first quarter, held a 19-point halftime lead and had stretched it all the way to 28 heading into the fourth. It appeared as if interim head coach Luke Walton would have another breezy fourth quarter in which his starters could rest.

The Pacer ...

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