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NBA
FINAL1234T
Golden State2523252598
Indiana2121282696

Golden State Leaders:
Points: Klay Thompson - 25
Rebounds: Stephen Curry - 8
Assists: Steve Blake, Stephen Curry - 6

Indiana Leaders:
Points: David West - 27
Rebounds: Paul George - 12
Assists: Paul George - 4


Golden State

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
Klay ThompsonG4110-203-52-221452011125
Stephen CurryG327-182-53-3-71786204519
David LeeF224-70-03-6-51452001311
Harrison Barnes243-82-32-220552000110
Draymond Green214-72-40-031673101110
Jermaine O'Neal302-60-03-67404102137
Jordan Crawford73-51-20-00000000117
Andre IguodalaF233-90-10-02022100016
Andrew BogutC221-30-01-2-1156113043
Steve Blake170-10-00-07112600110
Total37-8410-2014-21 1034442446102198
 44.0%50.0%66.7% 
Inactive:Marreese Speights, Festus Ezeli, Ognjen Kuzmic, Nemanja Nedovic

Indiana

PlayerPOSMINFG-A3P-AFT-A+/-ORBDRBREBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
David WestF3410-170-07-793472110227
Paul GeorgeF408-233-87-8239124111226
Roy HibbertC344-70-04-471231032312
Lance StephensonG386-140-40-082793212212
George HillG353-90-22-27077300138
Luis Scola144-70-00-0-11011000128
Ian Mahinmi141-20-00-0-9000011022
C.J. Watson130-20-21-1-9011200121
Evan Turner180-50-00-0-14033100020
Total36-863-1621-22 93443165782096
 41.9%18.8%95.5% 
Inactive:Chris Copeland, Lavoy Allen, Rasual Butler, Donald Sloan, Solomon Hill, Andrew Bynum

Game Info

Attendance: 18165
Referees: Ken Mauer, Curtis Blair, David Guthrie
Ejections: Golden State: 0 Indiana: 0

Stats Legend:

POS - position
MIN - minutes played
FG-A - field goals made - field goals attempted
FG-A - 3 point field goals made - 3 point field goals attempted
FT-A - free throws made - free throws attempted
+/- - plus/minus
ORB - offensive rebounds
DRB - defensive rebounds
REB - total rebounds
AST - assists
STL - steals
BLK - blocks
TO - turn overs
PF - personal fouls
PTS - points

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