For the rest of the summer on every Thursday, a notable Pacer game or performance will be posted. Whether it’s Reggie Miller giving Spike Lee a choke sign or a random Pacer game in the past, each video will bring nostalgia.
This performance isn’t one you look back on say, “I remember where I was when Jamaal Tinsley ripped the Warriors to shreds in 2006!” This was a late November game between two average basketball teams. The Pacers finished 35-47 and were ninth in the East that season. The Warriors were 42-40 and finished eighth in the West.
On November 29, 2006 the Indiana Pacers beat the Golden State Warriors 108-106. Al Harrington, Jermaine O’Neal and Jamaal Tinsley led the charge for Indiana — combining for 71 points, 16 assists and 23 rebounds. Indiana rolled out a starting lineup of Tinsley, Stephen Jackson, Al Harrington, Jeff Foster and Jermaine O’Neal.
The Warriors rolled out a starting lineup of Monta Ellis, Jason Richardson, Matt Barnes, Troy Murphy and Andris Biedrins. Ellis led the team with 27 points. Baron Davis came off the bench and scored 25 points. You can check the full box score here.