Golden State got a big game from Stephen Curry, a solid effort by David Lee and another strong fourth quarter.
This is becoming quite the routine for the Warriors, who beat the Indiana Pacers 103-92 on Saturday night for their third consecutive victory.
''We just play until the buzzer sounds,'' said Jarrett Jack, who had 18 points, including a 57-foot heave from beyond midcourt at the end of the third quarter. ''That's kind of the mentality that's been sticking with us all season long. We just try to preach that when we get up on a team we can't let them hang around.''
Golden State led by 16 in the third quarter, then held off a mini-rally by Indiana at the start of the fourth before pulling away for the win.
Ian Mahinmi made a layup and two free throws to help the Pacers close to 82-76. Jack answered with a short floater in the lane, fellow reserve Carl Landry followed with a dunk, and Indiana got no closer than seven the rest of the way.
Curry had 20 points and a season-high ...