Bojan Bogdanovic led the way for the Pacers with 28 points after having an incredible night from the floor (11-13 from the floor; 6-7 from three-point range).
McCaw could be back no earlier than the second round of the playoffs for the Warriors, who hope to have Stephen Curry (knee) back by that point. They helped make up for Durant's 2-for-13 shooting in the second half.
"I think people are starting to take notice, but we still ain't got nobody's respect yet", said Turner.
The Golden State Warriors say guard Patrick McCaw, who was hurt on a terrifying fall against the Kings last weekend, did not suffer any neurological damage and is dealing with what the team calls a "lumbosacral bone bruise".
Golden State, which allowed IN to be the aggressors for most of the game, briefly re-discovered their usual form early IN the fourth. The Sixers aren't merely the NBA's hottest team (12 consecutive wins and counting), they're also its second-most efficient since the All-Star break (plus-10.0 net rating).
The Pacers on the night shot 54 percent from the field and beat the Warriors at their own game by making 15 of their 29 three-point shots. The Warriors turned the ball over 16 times and were outrebounded by eight. Victor Oladipo took over late before sitting out the final seven minutes of the game. I know this game doesn't mean anything in the seeding, but the playoffs start next week.
"Our point guards did a great job of controlling the tempo of the game, and that allowed us shooters to have a couple of wide open shots. We defended at a high level and any time we do that, we will be successful", Oladipo said. "It was an embarrassing effort, a pathetic effort". They earned their sixth win in seven games and their second in nine days over Golden State.
Pacers: Have five wins this season against last year's National Basketball Association finalists - two over the defending champs and three over runner-up Cleveland. IN led by 20 points, 97-77, heading into the third and won by the same margin, 126-106. "I thought our guys responded well to the challenge".