Warriors lose to Pacers in overtime despite Curry's 39 points
Indiana Pacers' 121-117 victory takes win/loss record to 17/29 this season
Golden State Warriors lost to Indiana Pacers 121-117 in overtime despite Stephen Curry's 39 points on Thursday.
The seven-time all-star guard Curry finished the game with 39 points on 12-for-27 shooting and eight assists on the Pacers' overtime loss in San Francisco's Chase Center.
With 5.1 seconds to go in the fourth quarter, Indiana's Justin Holiday scored a driving layup to tie the game.
The Warriors kicked off overtime on a 5-0 run but the Pacers answered with a 10-0 run of their own.
However, trailing with a 120-117 score in the last minute of overtime the Warriors missed four 3-point attempts to tie the game.
Kevon Looney produced 13 points and 15 rebounds for the losing side.
Golden state were led by Chris Duarte, who had 27 points and 7 rebounds.
Holiday scored 16 points while Goga Bitadze played with 13 points and 9 rebounds.
With this result, Indiana Pacers have a 17-29 win/loss record this season.
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