NBA Finals: Curry's stunning display helps Golden State Warriors draw level
Steph Curry was on rampage in the Game 4 of the NBA finals as his 43 points inspired the Golden State Warriors to a 107-97 win against the Boston Celtics to level the NBA Finals at 2-2. Curry, whose availability was in doubt after he injured his foot in Wednesday's Game 3, put the team on his back to secure the spirited win in front of a hostile crowd at TD Garden in Boston. Boston led 94-90 with just over five minutes left but 10 consecutive points helped the Warriors to victory. However, Curry's seventh three pointer would spring up more excitement in the game, and this gave the Warriors a six-point cushion with less than two minutes to go in the back-and-forth contest. Klay Thompson scored 18 points for the Warriors, while team-mate Andrew Wiggins contributed 17 points and a career-high 16 rebounds. The series will only get more intense as it shifts back to San Francisco for Game Five on Monday. "I don't rate my performances. I just want to win the game," said Curry. "For the most part, I didn't think of [the foot]. It doesn't take up too much mental space. I felt like I could do what I wanted on the court."