Warriors plagued by turnovers, fall to Pacers 129-118

By 95.7 THE GAME

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.