NBA Finals: Incredible Stephen Curry! Warriors equalize series against tired Celtics

NBA Finals: Incredible Stephen Curry!  Warriors equalize series against tired Celtics
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The Golden State Warriors secured the equalizer in the NBA Finals. With a gala performance by Stephen Curry, the Dubs clinched a 107-97 win over the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the NBA Finals.

Curry scored 43 points (14/26 FG, 7/14 3FG) and grabbed 10 rebounds and almost single-handedly stood up to the Celtics for long stretches. Help came mainly from Andrew Wiggins (17 points, 16 rebounds), Klay Thompson had 18 points, Jordan Poole contributed 14 points coming from the bench. Draymond Green again had big problems offensively, but still contributed 9 rebounds, 8 assists and 4 steals to the win.

Jayson Tatum was the top scorer for the Celtics with 23 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists, but also 6 turnovers. Tatum also only hit 8 of his 23 throws and ended up looking tired. Jaylen Brown had 21 points, Marcus Smart had 18 and Derrick White had 16 points. Daniel Theis did not play again.

Boston started unchanged, but Warriors coach Steve Kerr played small ball and benched Kevon Looney. Otto Porter started for him, so Green moved to the center position.

However, the Celtics got off to a better start. Tatum hit his first two threes, Curry missed two and was plucked by Williams, who was also a direct factor on the offensive board. After almost five minutes, Looney came and stabilized the dubs, Boston quickly lost the offensive rhythm again. Wiggins got off to a good start with two threes Curry provided his team’s first lead. The final point, however, was set by Grant Williams, who was served by his namesake in the corner to 28:27 Boston.


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