The Indiana Pacers made a game of it, but were unable to jump ahead after using a 12-0 fourth quarter run to tie the game at 94-94. In a game where they had to get every stop they could, they let up two points to Klay Thompson with 0.6 seconds left to help seal the win for the Golden State Warriors. Thompson had 16 fourth quarter points as part of his team high 25, the two points he hit over George Hill proving the difference.
David West had 27 and Paul George had 26, but Indiana's bench proved inept, getting outscored 34-11. Luis Scola had eight of those 11. Evan Turner went scoreless on 0-5 shooting. The Warriors also outgunned the Pacers from three point range, hitting 10 of 20, while Indiana stumbled to 3-16. Lance Stephenson and Roy Hibbert each reached double figures with 12.