5:52 AM EDT, Fri March 22, 2019
Golden State Of Mind 3 hours ago
Recap: Warriors stomp Pacers, 112-89

Recap: Warriors stomp Pacers, 112-89

Dubs pull away in the third to win. What was shaping up to be a defensive slugfest in the first half, turned into a rout in the second as the Golden State Warriors pummeled the Indiana Pacers, 112-89. For all of the Warriors firepower on offense, no one scored over 20 tonight. DeMarcus Cousins led the way with 19 points while Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant chipped in with 18 and 15 a piece respectively. Tale of two halves Indiana came into to Oracle with a solid plan on defense. The Pacers made it their priority to throw double teams at Curry and to close out on every...
ClutchPoints 3 hours ago
Video: Warriors’ Jordan Bell spikes Pacers’ Tyreke Evans’ shot attempt

Video: Warriors’ Jordan Bell spikes Pacers’ Tyreke Evans’ shot attempt

Second-year man Jordan Bell of the Golden State Warriors proved to Tyreke Evans of the Indiana Pacers that easy baskets are not allowed. In their 112-92 win over the Pacers, Bell sent Evans’ layup attempt to the front row: JORDAN BELL SAYS NO! #DubNation
rssfeeds.indystar.com 4 hours ago
Pacers turn in offensive dud, go winless on trip with blowout loss to Warriors

Pacers turn in offensive dud, go winless on trip with blowout loss to Warriors

The Pacers held the Warriors to 19 points in the first but couldnt get their offense going as most of their starters fell flat in a 112-89 loss.       
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 4 hours ago

Durant helps lead Warriors past Pacers after friend's death

Kevin Durant had 15 points, six assists and three blocked shots after losing a close friend earlier in the day, and the Golden State Warriors ran away from the Indiana Pacers 112-89 on Thursday night.
Washington Post 4 hours ago

Durant helps lead Warriors past Pacers after friend’s death

Kevin Durant had 15 points, six assists and three blocked shots after losing a dear friend earlier in the day, and the Golden State Warriors ran away from the Indiana Pacers 112-89 on Thursday night