Pacers Rookie Andrew Nembhard Joins Stephen Curry and Trae Young In Historic List After Going Off Vs Warriors

Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors hosted the Indiana Pacers at Chase Centre on Monday night. While fans expected the Warriors to dominate and protect their home court, the Indiana Pacers had a trick up their sleeves that left the Dubnation in a state of shock. The trick was Andrew Nembhard. With the assist of Nembhard, the Indiana Pacers beat the defending champions in a 112-104 game, leaving NBA fans in disbelief. The game was subjected to many dramatic turns. For instance, during the second quarter, the Golden State Warriors went on an 18-2 run. This run was courtesy of Klay Thompson and the energy Jonathan Kuminga bought to the court. However, their efforts were in vain and the Indiana Pacers were simply too tough to conquer. With this win, the Indiana Pacers have broken the 10-game win streak at home for the Warriors. 

 a rookie leaves Stephen Curry stunned

Led by the 22-year-old, the Indiana Pacers dominated on both ends of the court. The Indiana Pacers rookie bagged 31 points with 13 assists. His on-court performance left Curry impressed. The Pacers saw contributions coming from almost everyone on their roster. 

The Pacers Dominated 3 Out Of The 4 Quarters In The Game. While The Warriors Had Their Moments Towards The End Of The Game, They Looked Deflated By The Sublime Team Performance Of The Pacers.

Andrew Nembhard’s season so far

So far, Andrew Nembhard has had a prolific start to his rookie season. With an average of 7.8 points and 3.8 assists per game, Nembhard has come in the clutch for the Pacers many times this season. For instance, in the game against the Los Angeles Lakers, Nembhard scored a 3-pointer right when the buzzer went off.

Breakthrough performance

He is the first rookie to score 20 points and add 10 assists this season, according to reports. After Trae Young and Stephen Curry, he is the third rookie in the last 20 seasons to score 30 points, 10 assists, and five threes in a game.

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