Pacers defeat Steph Curry, Warriors with late comeback


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Unable to get stops with any consistency for most of four quarters, the Indiana Pacers turned it on just in time to stop the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday, 104-95, at Chase Center. 

Victor Oladipo (right knee, rest) sat out the back-to-back while Edmond Sumner (12 points) started in his place, but Myles Turner (22 points, 10 rebounds, 4 blocks) and Aaron Holiday (16 points, 12 assists) carried them to the finish line.

The Pacers (7-4) looked sluggish with Malcolm Brogdon (13 points, 8 assists) and Domantas Sabonis (18 points, 14 rebounds, 6 assists), their top two scorers, struggling. Both are in the top 3 of minutes played in the NBA. 

The Pacers played from behind from the start with Kelly Oubre (17 points) making uncharacteristic shots from the 3-point arc.