Klay Thompson said he and his teammates should be ready to help Stephen Curry in Game 5 vs the Boston Celtics.
After his stellar performance in Game 4 (43 points, 10 rebounds), Curry helped the Golden State Warriors re-claim the home-court advantage (107-97).
“I think I have seen him show that much emotion, and the heart on that man is incredible.
You know, the things he does we kind of take for granted from time to time, but to go out there and put us on his back, I mean, we got to help him out on Monday.
Wow, just showed why he is — shocking he wasn’t a First Team All-NBA guy, but whatever, next year. Just stay ready.
When a guy is on a roll like that, you just get out of his way, space the floor and be ready to shoot if the ball finds you,” Klay Thompson told media, including Hedgeout.net, afterwards.
Stephen Curry has been unstoppable in the series and the main reason the Warriors have maintained their chances to win the NBA championship.
Golden State now aims to regain the lead in Game 5 on Monday and close out the series in Game 6 on Thursday.