Warriors vs. Pacers score: Double-doubles by Curry, Lee lead Golden State past Indy

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Even when turning the ball over 17 times, the Golden State Warriors found a way to win. Lead by double-doubles from Steph Curry and David Lee, the Warriors won their third straight game and sit tied with the Clippers for first in the Pacific.

The Golden State Warriors continue to surprise the league as they won their third straight game on Saturday night against the Indiana Pacers, 103-92. With the win, Golden State remains tied with the LA Clippers - who also won tonight - at a 10-6 record for first place in the Pacific Division.

The two-headed monster of David Lee and Stephen Curry challenged the Pacers all game, ultimately earning each player a double-double. Lee scored 13 points and had 12 rebounds. Curry posted 22 points and 11 assists. The only knocks against the two were their turnovers; Lee had two and Curry had a team high of four. Klay Thompson lead the Warriors in points with 22 and contributed seven rebounds plus three turnovers. From the bench, Jarrett Jack added 18 points, five rebounds and five assists with three turnovers.

The Warriors take to the court again on Monday against the Orlando Magic. Tip-off is at 7:30p.m. PT and the game can be seen on Comcast Sports Bay Area.

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