Stephen Curry took the Golden State Warriors on his shoulders and led them to victory in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. His teammates are celebrating what may be the 34-year-old’s best performance in the Finals. But Carrie himself remains calm.
“I’m not arranging my own performance. I’m just about to win,” Curry said dryly after his 43-point run in the Warriors’ 107-97 win in Game 4:
When asked about Curry’s best Finals performance ever, his teammate Clay Thompson was even more explicit: “I think that’s No. 1. This was almost a game that had to be won. They attack him in defense… The condition of this guy is second to none. “.
The Chef broke the 40-point mark for the second time in his personal World Cup history, only scoring more in Match 3 against the Raptors in 2019 (47). At the time, Golden State lost the match and Curry did not act as efficiently as he did against Boston. He sunk 14/26 off the field, including a 7/14 three-pointer, and hit 8 of 9 free throws. In addition to his 43 points and 10 boards, he also has 4 assists in 5 turnovers.
Thompson said as he looked forward to Game Five on Tuesday night (3 a.m. live). dazn) Beyond that. Splash Brother was also shocked that Curry did not end up on the All-NBA First Team after the regular season. “Anyway, maybe next year.”
Warriors celebrate Curry: ‘He didn’t let us lose’
But for now, the focus is on the NBA Finals, which now returns to San Francisco with a score of 2-2 (Carrey: “2-2 is much better than 1-3”). Draymond Green was also aware of whom the Warriors could thank for this. “Unbelievable. He took us on his back and led us to victory,” Green said of Curry’s performance.
“He went out there and showed everyone why he’s one of the best players of all time and why this organization has been so successful for so many years. It’s incredible. He didn’t let us lose,” praised Green, who didn’t do it himself. Don’t make a strong match.
The goalkeeper’s primary ankle that was battered from Game Three no longer worked. “He was really struggling,” coach Steve Kerr joked before highlighting one aspect of Curry’s game. “Boston have the best defense in the league, they are strong and strong in every position. But Steve doesn’t mind the pressure and he also defends well. Physically he has never been stronger and that allows him to play like that.”
The NBA Finals – Celtics vs Warriors: Series Glimpse (2-2)
|1||June 3||3 o’clock||Golden State Warriors||Boston Celtics||108: 120|
|2||6th of June||2 o’clock||Golden State Warriors||Boston Celtics||107: 88|
|3||June 9||3 o’clock||Boston Celtics||Golden State Warriors||116: 100|
|4||June 11||3 o’clock||Boston Celtics||Golden State Warriors||97: 107|
|5||June 14||3 o’clock||Golden State Warriors||Boston Celtics||–|
|6||June 17||3 o’clock||Boston Celtics||Golden State Warriors||–|
|7 *||June 20||2 o’clock||Golden State Warriors||Boston Celtics||–|
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