Stephen Curry made another stellar performance in the NBA Finals and led the Golden State Warriors past the Boston Celtics in Game 4 (107-97).
The superstar guard of the Warriors went for a game-high 43 points, on 14/26 shooting and 7/14 from beyond the arc. He also grabbed 10 rebounds and dished four assists. Three more players scored in double figures for the winners.
On the other hand, Jayson Tatum led four Boston players in double figures with a team-high 23 points, on 8/23 shooting.
After a hard-fought battle until midway through the fourth (89-94), the Warriors closed the game on an impressive 18-3 run to seal the deal. For their part, the Celtics missed several shots in crunch time and suffered a painful home loss.
Stephen Curry and the Warriors managed to even the series and re-claim the home-court advantage (2-2). Game 5 will take place at Chase Center on Monday, while the series will return to TD Garden for Game 6 on Thursday.