For the second consecutive game, the Golden State Warriors’ defense hindered the opponent in the fourth quarter.
The dubbing limited the Indiana Pacers’ shots to 8 of 18 shots in the final stage and won 111-107.
The Golden State Warriors did the same thing in their defeat of the New York Knicks on Tuesday and killed the Indiana State team in the game. Throughout the game, the dubbing was active on the defensive end, and the rotation speed was very fast. They were able to stand out among the Pacers’ shooters and kept the Indy team at 7 of 29 shooting from beyond the three-point line.
As always, Stephen Curry led the way with 24 points, but it was not a single game. The Warriors had five other players who scored in double figures, including Eric Paschall, who scored 1
Paschall has experienced a season of ups and downs, but like teammate Kelly Oubre Jr., he is also at his best when attacking the basket instead of jumping shots. In the final stage, Pachall showed aggressiveness and took out three big buckets, one of which extended the lead to six, leaving 1:14.
The dubbing is cold from the outside, and their probability of trying from the depths is only 19.2%, but they scored 66 points in the paint, which is 22 points higher than the season average. Offensive paint and good defense have always been the secret of the team’s success.
Since the beginning of this month, the Golden State Warriors’ opponents have ranked third in field goal percentage and sixth in defensive scoring. This is a major change since the beginning of the season.
For the Warriors, this is a slow start. They missed the first six three-pointers and fell behind 12-9 in the sixth minute of the game. But the Golden State Warriors rebounded and returned to the game with a score of 14-7, leading 25-22.
The Warriors’ defense once again reached its goal. They excellently challenged Indiana’s three-pointer percentage, and the Pacers only got 14 points and three-pointers. Unfortunately, the Golden State Warriors also struggled from the outside, shooting only 13.3% in the first half.
Despite the game on Tuesday, the Warriors did not look tired. With the Pacers leading 58-56, they reached Indiana’s energy in the opening 24 minutes.
The two teams struggled with outside shooting to enter third place, shooting three of 14 from beyond the three-point line. But the Golden State Warriors have performed well on the offensive basket this season. His mixed inside barrel and free throws scored 28 points, of which 20 points. The fourth place dubbing took an 84-80 lead, where they were able to persevere in winning.
The Golden State Warriors’ record improved to 18-15 and only sat one game in the fifth game of the Western Conference.
Next step: The Warriors have a chance to take revenge when they host the Charlotte Hornets on Friday.