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OAKLAND -- Jarrett Jack suffered a point guard's ultimate humiliation Saturday night. Two minutes later, the veteran assured the night would be remembered for something entirely more gratifying, burying a 60-footer to beat the third-quarter horn and propel the Golden State Warriors to a 103-92 victory over the Indiana Pacers at Oracle Arena. With the Warriors struggling to keep the Pacers at arm's length late in the third period, Jack got pick-pocketed by counterpart D.J. Augustin at center court, a play the diminutive Indiana point guard culminated in an uncontested layup. Jack immediately countered with jumper over Augustin, then added two more hoops on successive possessions before his highlight-reel fling from well beyond half court to open a double-digit lead, 82-72, entering the final period. The Golden State backup added a driving hoop and another 3-pointer early in the fourth period to help hold the Pacers at bay, then helped put the game away by assisting a ...
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OAKLAND -- Jarrett Jack suffered a point guard's ultimate humiliation Saturday night. Two minutes later, the veteran assured the night would be remembered for something entirely more gratifying, burying a 60-footer to beat the third-quarter horn and propel the Golden State Warriors to a 103-92 victory over the Indiana Pacers at Oracle Arena. "I've been due for one...
One day after Golden State sent rookie Kent Bazemore down to its Development League team and he scored 27 points, the Warriors recalled the rookie guard-forward before Saturday night's game against Indiana. Bazemore had 27 points, nine rebounds and five steals in D-League Santa Cruz's season-opening 101-95 victory at Reno on Friday night.
15 years ago today on December 1, 1997, ******* crazy Golden State Warriors shooting guard Latrell Sprewell twice assaulted newly hired head coach P.J. Carlesimo during a team practice. According to witnesses, Carlesimo screamed at the then 27-year-old Sprewell, who … Continue reading →
The Golden State Warriors announced Monday they recalled forward/center Jeremy Tyler from the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League. Tyler returns to the Warriors after one game with Santa Cruz. He scored five points and had six rebounds in 29 minutes in a 95-79 win at Reno on Sunday. The Warriors host the Orlando Magic on Monday night.
Jeremy Tyler was a second round pick by the Warriors in 2011.
SACRAMENTO -- Indiana's David West scored a season-high 31 points and, combined with a solid defensive effort, helped to give the Pacers a 97-92 victory over the Sacramento Kings before an announced crowd of 12,544 at Sleep Train Arena on Friday night. The Pacers (8-8) are half way through their four-game road trip entering a game tonight at Golden State. Pacers coach Frank...
Seriously, is there any lingering doubt that David West is the Indiana Pacers' best player (even when Danny Granger returns)?
All the 32-year-old veteran has been doing this season is carry this struggling team on his back to big wins like he did tonight against the Sacramento Kings, pouring in a season-high 31 points, grabbing 11 boards while shooting 65% from the field...
David West had 31 points and 11 rebounds to help the Indiana Pacers edge the Sacramento Kings 97-92 on Friday night.
West was 13 for 20 from the field and 5 for 7 at the line in his season-best scoring performance. He is averaging 23 points over the last five games, four of them Indiana victories.
George Hill had 25 points, eight assists and six rebounds for the Pacers, and reserve...
David West and David Lee each are coming off season-best scoring performances, helping their respective teams continue their recent surges.
West looks to help the Indiana Pacers complete a perfect three-game swing through California against Lee and the Golden State Warriors as each squad seeks a fifth victory in six games Saturday night.
The Pacers (8-8) began a four-game road...
Celtics (17-4) vs. Pacers (11-15)
Saturday, December 1
Market Square Arena
Regardless of a pedestrian record, playing the Pacers in Market Square Arena was a tough spot for the Celtics to win. Unlike their date in October, Larry Bird made sure this homecoming to Indiana ended on a more successful note. The Celtics defeated Indiana in overtime, 106-102, to win their sixth straight...
Not much to say. Golden State were just better.
102-93, but Pacers never really challenged in the fourth quarter. Fall to 8-9 overall and 2-1 on current 4-game road trip. Chicago coming up next.
- David West still beast (23, 8, 4 on 10-16 shooting). Needs to teach Tyler Hansbrough how to start hitting midrange jumpers again. Psycho T was 0-5 and didn'...