Warriors display play-off mentality in rout of Pacers

Pacers top Heat 95-88, end 4-game winless streak

Pacers top Heat 95-88, end 4-game winless streak

He did most of the damage in the first half, when his 23 points included 8 straight to break a 16-16 tie midway through the first quarter - a burst that put the Warriors on their way.

The 30-year-old poured in six more 3-pointers to become the first player in National Basketball Association history to sink 200 shots from outside the arc in fewer than 40 games to start his season. I was a little anxious about this game. But we finished off the trip the right way, and it was great to see. we're in a good groove.

The Pacers played without All-Star guard Victor Oladipo, who had season-ending surgery on his right knee Monday, and Tyreke Evans, Oladipo's replacement, because of a sore back.

Cousins, playing just his fifth game for the Warriors after missing nearly an entire year with a torn Achilles tendon, went down hard after Indiana's Myles Turner fouled him in transition in the first quarter.

Needless to say, Boogie has adjusted more than well to his new team and seems to be rounding into playoff shape quickly, yet slowly gearing into more and more minutes as the season goes along. "I think we saw tonight, playing against a team like that, how to execute and we can take something from that".

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Myles Turner scored 16 points and Bojan Bogdanovic had 15 but IN lost for the second straight time since Oladipo was injured last week. Durant had seven assists though his 22-game streak of scoring at least 20 points ended. Curry missed 11 games earlier in the season while dealing with a groin injury. Jordan Bell replaced Green in the lineup and scored eight.

Monday's win completed a 5-0 road trip that delighted coach Steve Kerr. They also snapped a two-game losing streak in the series.

Stephen Curry lead the Warriors with 26 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and one EPIC Shaqtin' a Fool moment. Power won last year's Indianapolis 500.

In Charlotte, Kemba Walker and Tony Parker each had 15 points, Malik Monk had four clutch 3s in the fourth quarter and the hosts handed NY its 10th straight loss.

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