On Friday night, Stephen Curry put on a show for the ages when he scored 43 points to help the Golden State Warriors even up the NBA Finals on the TD Garden floor. Curry came into the game with question marks surrounding his ankle, but he quickly silenced all those with his masterful performance.
Now Golden State just has to win two of three with the series even at two games a pieced and things shifting back to The Bay tonight.
Can the Celtics bounce back from Curry’s instant classic performance, regain control of the series, and push the Warriors to the brink of elimination, or will Golden State move one win closer to their fourth NBA title in the past eight seasons?
Game 5: Mon. 9:00 PM ET on ABC pic.twitter.com/vEvVSwD3hR
— NBA (@NBA) June 13, 2022
Broadcast Info & Game/Series Details
Tip: 8:00 PM (CT)
Location: Chase Center, San Francisco, Ca.
Series: TIED 2-2
Odds: GSW -4, O/U 211
1. Marcus Smart
2. Jaylen Brown
3. Jayson Tatum
4. Al Horford
5. Robert Williams III
Injury Report: Robert Williams III DTD (knee)
Golden State Warriors
1. Stephen Curry
2. Klay Thompson
3. Andrew Wiggins
4. Draymond Green
5. Kevon Looney
Injury Report: Stephen Curry DTD (ankle), Andre Iguodala QST (neck), Otto Porter Jr. DTD (foot), James Wiseman OUT (knee)
— The Ringer (@ringer) June 13, 2022
How Steph Curry has put maximum pressure on the Celtics' drop defense, and why it might still be the best of the not-great options available to them. https://t.co/S35K98mg6K
— Steph Noh (@StephNoh) June 13, 2022
Steph Curry on how long this run can go — yes, that would mean well past this June: “I’ve said it plenty of times: We have a lot left in the tank." https://t.co/tKvNTOTnPc
— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) June 13, 2022