Pacers-Warriors: Indy Wins Third Straight, 108-94, Danny Scores 31

The Pacers cruised to victory, beating the Warriors, 108-94.

Danny Granger was playing like a superstar, scoring 31 points and putting up 16 boards for the Blue and Gold as Indiana wins their third straight game and move .500 with a 3-3 record.

The Pacers really counted on Granger for the rebounds, with Troy Murphy out for yet another game. T.J. Ford was unable to play, leaving the first quarter with back spasms.

Even though Ford was out, Earl Watson played well substituting him, scoring 16 points. Roy Hibbert also scored 16.

Anthony Randolph was the leader for Golden State, notching 17 points with 13 rebounds, but he didn’t match Granger. Corey Maggette scored 21. But unfortunately for Stephen Jackson, he was booed, and only scored seven points facing his old team.

The Pacers look to win a tough one on November 14, facing the Boston Celtics.

Topics: Anthony Randolph, Boston Celtics, Corey Maggette, Danny Granger, Earl Watson, Game Recap, Golden State Warriors, Indiana Pacers, NBA, Roy Hibbert, Stephen Jackson, T.J. Ford

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