The Golden State Warriors came into Game 4 knowing was a must-win and they delivered, tying the series at 2-2 with the 107-97 win at the TD Garden.
The Warriors were led by their superstar Stephen Curry. He hurt his foot in Game 3, however, that did not seem to affect him. On Friday night, he came out firing, scoring 43 points on 14-for-26 shooting from the field.
“I felt like we just had to let everybody know that we were here tonight,” Curry said. “Whether that’s their crowd, their team, our team, whoever wants to see that energy and that fire, we feed off of that.”
Curry made seven of his 14 shots from behind the three-point line. He also grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out four assists.
Klay Thompson had some strong praise as well for his fellow Splash Brother postgame.
“The heart on that man is incredible,” Warriors guard Klay Thompson said. “The things he does, we kind of take for granted at times, to go out there and put us on his back. We’ve got to help him out on Monday.”
More Warriors Contributions
- Klay Thompson scored 18 points, grabbed two rebounds, and dished out an asisst.
- Andrew Wiggins scored 17 points, grabbed 16 rebounds, and dished out two assists.
- Jordan Poole scored 14 points off the bench.
The Golden State Warriors return home to San Francisco for game 5 on Monday, 6/14. Tip-off from the Chase Center at 9 pm Eastern/ 6 pm Pacific. The game will once again air nationally on ABC.