The Golden State Warriors tied the series with a 107-97 win against the Boston Celtics in Friday's Game 4 of the NBA Finals.
In Game 4, in Boston, the legend that is Stephen Curry added arguably his most signature performance.
FINAL: Warriors 107-97 Celtics, series tied 2-2
Stephen Curry has been failed to remember a piece while the Warriors have missed the finals during the COVID years
Yet, he seems to be the star of the group that went to five straight finals and won three of them. He split away with 43 places and mixed around the court for 10 bounce back.
It wasn't exactly solitary. Klay Thompson, additionally giving no indication of being past that certain point,
had 18 grasp focuses. Andrew Wiggins had 16 bounce back to go with 17 places, and Jordan Poole had 14 in a few fast spells off the seat.
For the Celtics, this one will sting. Jayson Tatum played well yet was somewhat cool in the fourth. Everything was going so well up to the point that it was no longer.
However, the Celtics, while without the experience of the Warriors, have been strong all through the postseason.
Advantage Warriors, considering that they just have another game in Boston, however this will not be not difficult to finish off.