Steve Kerr was impressed by Stephen Curry’s performance in Game 4 of the NBA Finals vs the Boston Celtics.
The head coach of the Warriors called Curry’s performance ‘stunning’, as the superstar guard erupted for 43 points in the contest.
“Just stunning. The physicality out there is, you know, pretty dramatic. I mean, Boston’s got obviously, best defense in the league.
Huge and powerful at every position, and for Steph to take that — that kind of pressure all game long and still be able to defend at the other end when they are coming at him shows you, I think this is the strongest physically he’s ever been in his career, and it’s allowing him to do what he’s doing,” he told media, including Hedgeout.net, afterwards.
Stephen Curry went for 43 points, on 14/26 shooting and 7/14 from beyond the arc. He also grabbed 10 rebounds and dished four assists.
As a result of his performance, Golden State took the victory (107-97) and evened the series (2-2), re-claiming the home-court advantage.
With the series tied, Game 5 will take place at Chase Center on Monday, while Game 6 will be played at TD Garden on Thursday.