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NBA Full Game Highlights: Golden State Warriors (GSW) Vs Indiana Pacers (IND) │ January 13, 2021 │ 2020-2021 NBA Season

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Here are the scores, updates, and results of the NBA 2020-2021 regular season match between the Golden State Warriors (GSW) and the Indiana Pacers (IND) on January 13, 2021, at the Chase Center.

The Indiana Pacers closed the game on a 16-5 run as they defeated the Golden State Warriors, 104-95.

Domantas Sabonis recorded 18 points, 14 rebounds, and 6 assists for the Pacers, while Myles Turner added 22 points, 11 rebounds, and 4 blocks in the victory.

Stephen Curry tallied 20 points and 3 assists for the Warriors in the loss.

The Pacers improve to seven (7) wins and four (4) defeats on the season, while the Warriors fall to six (6) wins and five (5) defeats.

Indiana Pacers will face the Portland Trail Blazers next, on January 15, 2021 (Manila time), while the Golden State Warriors will face the Denver Nuggets on the same date.

Golden State vs Indiana

Quarters: 28-19; 29-31; 18-23; 20-31

The scores:

Warriors (95) – Stephen Curry 20, James Wiseman 8, Andrew Wiggins 22, Jordan Poole 0, Brad Wanamaker 0, Damion Lee 12, Eric Paschall 0, Marquese Chriss 0, Kelly Oubre Jr. 17, Mychal Mulder 3, Kevon Looney 3, Juan Toscano-Anderson 0, Kent Bazemore 3, Draymond Green 7, Nico Mannion 0, Alen Smailagic 0, Klay Thompson 0.

Pacers (104) – Malcolm Brogdon 13, Domantas Sabonis 18, T. J. Warren 0, Doug McDermott 5, Justin Holiday 8, Myles Turner 22, Aaron Holiday 16, T. J. McConnell 0, Victor Oladipo 0, Kelan Martin 2, Jalen Lecque 0, JaKarr Sampson 6, Cassius Stanley 2, Edmond Sumner 12, Goga Bitadze 0, Brian Bowen II 0, Jeremy Lamb 0.