Steph Curry stole the show in Game 4 of the NBA Finals as he dropped game-high 43 points to lead the Warriors to a series-tying win over the Celtics (107-97). His performance came after he injured his ankle in Game 3.
After the game the three-time NBA champion said that he feels that Golden State can play even better. “[I feel] a lot of pride in our group,” Curry said. “A lot of talk over the last 48 hours about how we can get back into this series and win in this building, finally figured out our fourth quarter to get some stops and execute on the other end.
“It’s crazy because I still feel like we can play just a little bit better,” he added. “But to win on the road get home court advantage back – big, big for this group.”