Indiana Pacers vs Brooklyn Nets NBA Live Basketball Score 10 Feb 2021
|Full Match Indiana Pacers vs Brooklyn Nets Highlights 10 Feb 2021|
||Indiana Pacers vs Brooklyn Nets|
|Date:||10 February 2021|
|Stadium:||Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York|
|Kickoff time:||Wednesday, February 10th, 8:00 PM ET (Thursday, February 11th, 6:30 AM IST)|
Indiana Pacers vs Brooklyn Nets | NBA Season 2020-21 Prediction & Match Preview – February 10, 2021
After back-to-back road losses, the Brooklyn Nets will return to the Barclays Center to host the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night.
The Nets will be looking forward to playing on their homecourt again, as they have been significantly better while playing in Brooklyn this season. They are 10-5 in the Barclays Center and are below .500 at 4-6 on the road.
The Nets and the Pacers will be desperately seeking a win as both teams are currently on three-game losing streaks.
The Brooklyn Nets suffered another loss on Tuesday night and are now 3-4 when Kevin Durant is not playing, not including the game they lost on Friday night when the 32-year-old was pulled early for COVID-19 concerns.
Durant’s value to the Nets this season cannot be overstated. The two-time finals MVP is leading the team in nearly every major statistical category. He is averaging 29.5 points, 7.4 rebounds, 5.2 assists, and 1.4 blocks per game.
Sadly for the Brooklyn Nets, Durant still will not be cleared to play until Friday, making him unavailable for the game against the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night.
If the Nets are to bounce back and earn a win after losing three straight games, they will need to stay locked in through all four quarters. In their loss on Tuesday night, the Nets allowed the Pistons to have their best scoring quarter of the year, making 16 of their 24 attempts to score 38 points in a 12-minute period.
Key Player – James Harden
James Harden will need to return to his old Houston Rockets form against the Indiana Pacers.
Since coming to the Brooklyn Nets, Harden has taken on the role of a playmaker. He leads the league in assists with 11.2 assists and takes seven fewer shots per game than he did while he was with the Rockets.
In the last two games without Kevin Durant, the Brooklyn Nets have scored over 10 points fewer than their season average of 121.5.
James Harden will need to remind the world that he is still a three-time scoring champion by having a big night against the Indiana Pacers.