NBA stars react to Steph Curry's offensive masterclass in Game 4

abrar khan

Putting the team on his back, Curry led the Golden State Warriors to a furious comeback against the Boston Celtics and a 107-97 win.

After the Celtics battled their way to a five-point advantage at halftime, the Warriors put together a signature third quarter

to steal a one-point lead heading into the final 12 minutes of the contest. In a fourth-quarter filled with big shots, Steph Curry had the final say.

His final triple came with just under two minutes remaining to stretch the Warriors’ lead to six points.

Steph Curry reminded the basketball world of his greatness, notching 43 points on 14/26 shooting and keeping the Warriors' hopes alive.

At 34 years old, Curry joins LeBron James and Michael Jordan as the only players in NBA Finals history to have 40 or more points in an NBA Finals game at age 34 or older.