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Pacers draw within six with three straight hoops in about 50 seconds. 94-88 Golden State, 4:13 left.
Klay Thompson with 14 points in the 4th, Indiana with just 12. It’s a 10-point hole with 5:46 to play.
Lance not faring much better. Thompson has 14 in 6 minutes, Warriors up 10 at midway point of period.
Evan Turner's defense on Klay Thompson gets Lance Stephenson back in the game.
Thompson with nine straight points, giving the Warriors a 10-point lead. Pacers 2-of-11 from deep, Warriors 8-for-15.
In the 3Q, Pacers held the Warriors to 2pts in the paint and scoreless in transition. GS hit three 3s, and 10 FTs.
Pacers behind 73-70. They're 6-9 this season when trailing entering the 4th. West with 12 of his game-high 23pts in the 3rd.
We are very fortunate that our doctors were able to detect this condition early, which will enable Jay to live a long and healthy life.” (3)
"end in a fashion like this.Jay had a very bright future in our program and we are disappointed that he will not be able to continue. (2)
Draymond Green and Harrison Barnes = The New Splash Brothers?
Hank Gathers, Reggie Lewis and former Jason Collier. Tough to hear he can't play any longer, but sounds like discovery was life-saving.
Area 55 counting every time J.O.'s at the line for free throws. Last one reached all the way up to 11
That's Vogel's 7th technical, 3rd among NBA coaches.
Always fun to see Vogel calm down immediately after getting T'd up… he walks to end of bench, crosses arms behind his back like Morpheus
Vogel, who I think wanted the Warriors to be called for three-seconds, is T’d up for the seventh time (third).
Two refs were waiting until the play was over to call that technical on Frank Vogel who was turning red face screaming for 3 seconds
Correction: not a foul on Bogut, he still has four personals
Uh oh. Hibbert says something and points at Curry before heading to timeout, Curry responds.
Vogel should have some fun, actually create a play for Lance named "red" since that's his time, anyway.
Hey, don't complain, BLF. Bogut was called for a cheap one of the other end, too.
Back-to-back layups from Stephenson gives the Pacers’ back the lead, 56-54. That’s a 14-6 run to begin the second half.
5 fouls called in this quarter and we're not even at the midway point
That moving screen was more on a foul than the block, and yet Bogut doesn't get called… G. Hill gets tagged for a foul
Jax rolling the dice leaving Bogut out there with 4 fouls.
Andrew Bogut picks up his fourth foul with 9:43 remaining in the third quarter. Looked like a clean block to me
Pacers down 48-42 at the break. They’ve given up too many layups, 22pts in the paint, and 8pts in transition. PG with 14.
After that fast break, Scola was mad at Lance for something
Poor transition D there by the Pacers, allowing Iguodala score an easy layup. Warriors have their largest lead, 8, with 3:47 left in 1H.
Wow, two players were either ahead or right along with Andre Iguodala and yet they still let him to the rim in transition
Hibbert with his first FG, coming off an offensive rebound over Bogut
Random: Lance has broken out the psychedelic, gold-foil sneaks tonight. Wish I hadn't eaten before looking.
After Crawford picked up T, he took it hard to the rack for a layup, prompting Jax to call out, "That's how you handle it."
Hibbert takes an accidental elbow from Lee, was on the floor holding his face. Timeout at 6:40 and Warriors up 36-32
Hibbert takes an elbow to the noggin from David Lee battling for a rebound and all of a sudden, it's like that.
Hibbert got poked in his left eye by David Lee. Vogel then called a timeout so trainers can check it out. Warriors 36-32.
Hibbert has already taken a shot to the midsection in the first quarter, now he and his dance partner from last year, David Lee, meet again
Volatile matchup between Stephenson and Crawford has first minor eruption, resulting in T for Warrior. Stay tuned.
Jordan Crawford and Lance Stephenson have some words for each other, then Crawford gets T’d up. Kudos to Lance, who walked away...
Genius move by Jordan Crawford, throwing an elbow to Lance Stephenson' neck right in front of the referee
Asst coach Darn Burke leading the huddle during the timeout
After getting molars rattled by JO, Lance takes exception to aggressive, portable screen by Draymond Green and picks up a whistle.
Steve Blake still out here looking like a guy who will pick you up 80 feet from the basket and call his own charges in a rec game.
Sore tailbone? Paul George with 12 & 8 after one quarter, though the Pacers trail the Warriors, 25-21.
Klay Thompson ball watching allows Lance Stephenson to have his first "Born Ready" moment. Goes baseline for the big dunk
Paul George in double figures midway thru the 1st (4-for-7), with 10 of Indiana’s 15. Warriors lead 19-15.
G. Hill sucking into the lane to provide help defense on Bogut… that would not be smart, kids. Leaves Curry wide open and splashes a 3
J.O. gets a nice hand when he checks in with 8:22 remaining.
David West absorbs contact and completes the and-1. David Lee exits with two fouls, and Jermaine O’Neal enters to a nice applause.
The shot didn't fall, but don't you like G. Hill posting Curry up twice? He's slightly more muscled-up than Curry. Gotta make him work
David Lee dupes David West with the shot fake and draws contact for 2 FTs. Will be pretty physical, as u remember this match up to be
Key defensive match ups tonight: Andre Iguodala on Paul George. George Hill on Steph Curry.
"…He's having fun out there." Mark Jackson on fellow NY native Lance Stephenson
"U could make the case could've been an All-Star, happy for him. The fact that he luvs the gm & is not afraid 2 express that he luvs the gm
Jackson says it’s not fair to compare this yr’s Pacers w/ his '00 Finals team. “Let this team enjoy this run and I wish them the very best."
Vogel reaffirms pregame that GHill, PG and Mahinmi will play tonight. Their only real limitation is playing through soreness.
No update on Andrew Bynum from coach Vogel. Toughest thing is finding practice time to see him in 5-on-5 work. He will make the road trip.
Pacers (46-13) can clinch a playoff spot with a win tonight over Golden State.