With 43 points, Curry keeps Warriors alive

He said he was going to be ready for Game 4 and boy did he deliver…

From the (certain) hand of Stephen Currythe Golden State Warriors came to life in the NBA Finals, beating the Boston Celtics 102-97 at TD Garden to even the best-of-seven series at two wins apiece and send it back to San Francisco.

Once again, the ‘Chef’ had a ‘slow’ start by going 2-6 in triples during the first quarter and despite this being the top scorer of his team with 12 points.

The locals took the first quarter 27-28 thanks to the good performance of Jayson Tatum who went perfect from the arc (3-3) to add a dozen units.

For the second half, the ‘Chef’ exploded and almost alone commanded the San Francisco offensive by contributing 41 points, a product of 14-26 from the field, 7-14 from triples and 6-7 from the line of the ‘sighs’ ‘; far away was the rest of the Golden State cast.

His ‘Splash brother’ Klay Thompson left with 18 units, while Andrew Wiggins contributed 17 for only two of Draymond Green, who once again had a defensive game with 9 boards and 4 steals. Leaving the bank jordan poole collaborated with 14 units.

Once again the turnovers were key, because in general, the Celtics had 15 for 16 of their rival who took better advantage of the shots from three.

For the Celtics, Jayson Tatum contributed 23 points for 21 of Jaylene Brown and 18 of Marcus Smart.

Game 5 will take place on Monday the 13th of this month at the Chase Center.

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With 43 points, Curry keeps Warriors alive