Extra Pass: Warriors try to avenge loss to Pacers

Published December 14, 2022, 7:50 PMJC Ansis

The Pacers were the team that snapped the Warriors' 10-game home winning streak.

Just last week, the Pacers surprisingly defeated the Warriors in San Francisco, snapping the defending champs' 10-game winning streak at home. And they did that without their star guard Tyrese Haliburton.

In his absence, Pacers rookie Andrew Nembhard went off on the Warriors with 31 points, 13 assists, and eight rebounds.

Indiana is coming off two straight losses but is looking to end a four-game homestand with a win. Golden State, meanwhile, just suffered a tough loss at the hands of the Milwaukee Bucks,

The Warriors, who played without Andrew Wiggins for the fourth straight game, couldn't get their offense going, shooting only 40 percent from the field.

Klay Thompson had a decent game against the Pacers the first time around, scoring 28 points with eight triples. But Steph Curry only had 12 points and shot 3-for-17 from the field.

Golden State is hoping that won't be the case for Chef Curry tomorrow as they try to get back to their winning ways.

In the previous meeting between these two squads, the Warriors also shot poorly but they're hoping to knock down their shots against the Pacers tomorrow to avenge that earlier loss.

Catch the Pacers and Warriors tomorrow live at 8:00 AM on NBA TV Philippines, available on Smart LiveStream or Cignal TV.