Curry Delivers 43-Point Effort in Game 4

It wasn’t officially a must-win game, but it was pretty darn close. And when push came to shove, the Warriors, led by a brilliant outing from Stephen Curry

The Warriors trailed by four points with less than five minutes to go in the fourth quarter, but ended the game on a 17-3 run.

Klay Thompson hit the 3-pointer to put the Dubs ahead for good and Curry scored 10 of his game-high 43 points during that run as the Warriors regained home court advantage in the series.

The Warriors played from behind for the majority of the game, but unlike Game 3, the Dubs never let the game get away from them.

They trailed by as many as seven points in the first quarter and Boston matched that advantage in the second and third periods

 but the Warriors answered with yet another strong third quarter during which they outscored Boston 30-24.

The Warriors out-rebounded the Celtics 55-42 and won the game behind a strong defensive effort that kept Boston under 100 points for the second time this series.

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