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The team with the NBA's best record had its worst game of the season Wednesday night.
Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins and forward Rudy Gay are both considered day-to-day with injuries.
The Golden State Warriors are getting one big man back sooner than expected but are suddenly trying to get two banged-up starters healthy again.
Indiana guard Lance Stephenson has been fined by the NBA for violating the league's anti-flopping rules for the second time this season.
When Paul George played at Golden State last season, he missed all seven shots he took and finished scoreless in Indiana's loss. Instead of sulking, he went straight to the gym after the Pacers arrived back home in the wee hours of the morning.
Paul George put an emphatic 360-degree twist on the Pacers' latest blowout.
Lance Stephenson savors each opportunity he gets to beat up on his hometown teams - especially when the Pacers are winning.
The Pacers have the best record in the conference, and with Heat coach Erik Spoelstra being ineligible Frank Vogel locked up the job.
There's something about teams on a hot streak that makes the Indiana Pacers want to beat them.