Excellent live news: News on February 25th, , the Warriors away 111-107
Defeating the Pacers, the Warriors ushered in a 2-game winning streak.
In the first quarter, the Pacers’ offense stagnated after J-Holiday hit the opening three-pointer. The Warriors turned away and Wiggins and Oubre scored consecutive baskets. Fortunately, Brogdon used the rhythm change to break through and score consecutively.
, Turner also made up a three-pointer in time, and the Pacers quickly overtook the score.
Perhaps due to back-to-back effects, Curry felt cold in the opening game and missed all of his first 4 shots, but a top pitcher would not care about these small episodes. Curry quickly found his sight and scored 7 consecutive shots from inside and outside.
While scoring points, they also used opponents to double-team to create scoring opportunities for teammates. The Warriors played a 12-2 attack wave and instantly widened the point difference to 7 points.
After Sabonis and Turner made two fouls, it was the turn of another Pacers point guard, McConnell, to step forward. He made a wonderful pass to assist McDermott and Sumner to score, helping the team at the end of the first quarter
Reduce the point difference to 3 points.
In the second quarter, in the first two minutes, neither side showed any performance in sports battles. At 10 minutes and 7 seconds, Wiseman made an empty dunk to start the scoring battle. The two teams started to score alternately. At 5 minutes and 16 seconds, Curry
With a successful layup, the Warriors overtook the score 44-42.
The Pacers did not show weakness. Sabonis, Brogdon, Turner and others made contributions one after another. The Pacers regained the lead 56-52.
Curry scored 2 goals in a row to help the Warriors tie the score at 56.
The Pacers took a 58-56 lead in the first half on Sabonis’ dunk.
Changing sides to fight again, J-Holiday hit a three-pointer and the Pacers took the lead. The Pacers managed to widen the point difference to 7 points. The Warriors immediately relied on the scores of Wiggins and Looney to play 6-0
Even out the difference.
Curry was struggling under the attack of the Pacers. Not only did he make 1 of 10 three-pointers, but he even had an embarrassing scene where he missed an empty basket. However, the Pacers only made 4 of 18 three-pointers. The two teams fought against each other.
Every inch of land is contested, and the competition is heating up.
In the stalemate moment, Bazemore and Oubre hit three-pointers one after another to help the team score. Green also played the role of a point forward perfectly, assisting Wiseman and Oubre with dunks and scoring points. The Warriors won 9-2.
The opponent is dumbfounded.
After three quarters, the Warriors re-established a 4-point lead.
In the final quarter, the Pacers played a 9-5 start and tied the score in the early stage. The Warriors did not let the Pacers get closer to the point difference. The performance of Wanamaker and Pascal helped the Warriors continue to widen the gap.
The Pacers persevered in attacking the inside and causing damage to narrow the point difference to 1 point. The Warriors’ strong performance in the final stage limited the Pacers’ counterattack, and a wave of 6-0 basically sealed the victory. However, the Warriors’ mistakes gave the Pacers a glimmer of life.
But Curry’s two free throws made the ending safe and sound. In the end, the Warriors narrowly beat the Pacers 111-107 to usher in two consecutive victories.
Warriors vs Pacers Full Game Replay
Warriors vs Pacers Full Game Replay
Scores and statistics of both sides: Scores in a single quarter: 25-22, 31-36, 28-22, 27-27 (Warriors first) Warriors: Curry 24 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals, Wiggins 15 points, 4 assists 2
Steals, Green 12 points, 9 rebounds, 11 assists and 3 steals, Rooney 4 points and 5 rebounds, Oubre 17 points and 5 rebounds, Wiseman 11 points and 5 rebounds Pacers: Sabonis 22 points, 16 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals, Brogdon
24 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists, McDermott 15 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists, Turner 14 points, 8 rebounds and 2 assists, Justin Holiday 6 points, 2 rebounds and 2 assists, McConaughey 9 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists
4 steals, Lamb 9 points Both sides start: Warriors: Curry, Oubre, Wiggins, Green, Looney Pacers: Brogdon, J-Holiday, McDermott, Sabonis, Turner