Steph Curry stifled as Warriors fall to Pacers, 104-95

Stephen Curry was the target of an aggressive defense for the second-straight game as the Golden State Warriors lost to the Indiana Pacers, 104-95, Tuesday at Chase Center in San Francisco. The Warriors (6-5) were without forward Eric Paschall, who was placed into the league’s health and safety protocol hours before tip-off. Kelly Oubre Jr. (17 points, five rebounds, two assists) emerged from a shooting slump, Andrew Wiggins (22 points, seven rebounds, three assists and five blocks) stepped up and Damion Lee (12 points) led the bench in scoring, but it wasn’t enough to hold off the Pacers (7-4…

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