NBA Finals: Twitter explodes as Stephen Curry took Warriors past Boston Celtics in Game 4

Steph Curry's 43-point, 10-rebound outburst has generated a lot of talk on Twitter.

Stephen Curry shooting a three-pointer in Game 4 against Boston Celtics [Image-Twitter]
By Blesson Daniel | Jun 11, 2022 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

On Friday night, Stephen Curry scored 43 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 107-97 victory against the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, squaring the series at two games apiece. Curry pounded and fired his way to the third-best playoff display of his career, collecting 10 rebounds and delivering a couple of baskets during a 10-0 fourth-quarter run that transformed a four-point Boston lead into a 100-94 Warriors advantage. Curry came back strong after two nights after shaking off a foot injury in a Game 3 defeat.

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Stephen Curry leveled the playing field against the Boston Celtics

With the Warriors winning Game 4, Stephen Curry set another record in the list of his incredible accomplishments. Curry is marked as the first player in NBA Finals history to make five or more three-pointers in four straight games. At TD Garden, Steph Curry was the Warriors’ savior, scoring 43 points, 24 of which came in the second half. Only LeBron James (21), Michael Jordan (18), and Shaquille O’Neal (14) had more 20-point halves in Finals history than Curry (11). Steph Curry has made 80 or more three-pointers in the playoffs for the fourth time in his career. All other players in NBA history have combined for at least 80 three-pointers in the postseason (Klay Thompson in 2016).