The Indiana Pacers' Andrew Nembhard had a memorable night against the Fighters on Monday at Pursue Center.

Nembhard, the 22-year-old youngster from Gonzaga, had 31 focuses - - on 13-of-21 shooting,

5-of-7 from 3-point range - - to oblige 13 helps and eight bounce back in a short time of activity.

In gathering the previously mentioned details, Nembhard got an exceptionally elite club together with Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James.

They are the main players in NBA history with 30 or more places, 12 or more helps,

8 or more bounce back, 5 or more helps on no less than 60% shooting from the field. James achieved the accomplishment in 2018,

his last season with the Cleveland Cavaliers. After the Fighters' misfortune, mentor Steve Kerr went on

and on about how Nembhard had the option to control the game for the under-staffed Pacers.

"Nembhard, specifically, was simply getting anyplace he needed in the path and you saw his understanding - - he tossed a few splendid passes,

hurl passes, drop passes," Kerr told columnists after the game. "And afterward when we attempted to conceal the paint,

he was out there thumping down 3s. "So incredible, extraordinary player."

Heroes monitor Donte DiVincenzo noticed that on the grounds that Nembhard got himself rolling in the principal half,