Klay Thompson was pretty clear about what the Golden State Warriors should do in Game 4 vs the Boston Celtics.
The superstar guard said his team needs to help Stephen Curry on both ends, as they aim to even the series and re-claim the home-court advantage.
“Definitely. I think we just need to help Steph in general. He has been incredible this series. We’ll all do our best. I think we’ll respond. I think we’ll come correct tomorrow, and I’m just excited for the opportunity.
We still have a chance to even out the series and take home-court advantage,” Klay Thompson told media, including Hedgeout.net, on Thursday.
Curry has scored 34, 29 and 31 points, respectively, in the the first three games of the NBA Finals. In Game 3, Thompson added 25 for Golden State. However, the Warriors will need more players to step up offensively if they want to emerge victorious in Game 4.