INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Rodney Stuckey scored 30 points to help the Indiana Pacers beat the NBA-leading Golden State Warriors 104-98 on Sunday night.
The Warriors played without star guard Stephen Curry for the first time this season. He sat out because of soreness in his right ankle.
Showing little signs of the left ankle sprain he suffered in a victory at Philadelphia on Friday night, Stuckey made a cutting layup off a pass from David West to give Indiana a 91-90 lead with 3:58 left.
C.J. Miles added 13 points. He made a 3-poiner from the right wing with 26.5 seconds to make it 101-97.
Klay Thompson scored 39 points for Golden State. Andre Iguodala added 14.
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