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Curry scores 43 to beat Boston, Warriors tie NBA Finals 2-2

Stephen Curry scored 43 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 107-97 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Friday night, sending the team back to San Francisco with two games each. Curry added 10 rebounds and made a pair of baskets during a 10-0 streak in the fourth quarter that turned Boston’s four-point lead into a 100-94 lead over Golden State. The Celtics have lost six consecutive shots during this period. (Video Player Above: Top Stories from June 10, 2022.) Andrew Wiggins had 17 points and 16 assists for the Warriors, who will host Game 5 on Monday night. They would also have the home advantage in a seventh game if needed. Jason Tatum had 23 points and 11 rebounds, Jalen Brown had 21 points and Robert Williams III had 12 rebounds for Boston. The fans who arrived at TD Garden for what they could have been the last time this season they found a T-shirt dressed over their seats with the 17 NBA league banners lined up at the front. There was a blank rectangle where the 18th would go. Now the Celtics would need to win at least one more time in San Francisco to fill the gap. The crowd spent much of the game disapproving of the Warriors’ great man, Dreymond Green, shouting a rudeness towards him that is usually reserved for Bucky Dent and the ridicule of many of his misses. The four-time All-Star shot 1 in 7, but finished with nine rebounds and eight assists to continue with two points .___ More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/hub/NBA and https://twitter.com/ AP_Sports

Stephen Curry scored 43 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 107-97 victory over the Boston Celtics in the 4th game of the NBA Finals on Friday night, sending the team back to San Francisco with two games each.

Curry added 10 rebounds and made a pair of baskets during a 10-0 streak in the fourth quarter that turned Boston’s four-point lead into a 100-94 lead over Golden State. The Celtics have lost six straight shots in that time.

(Video player above: Top Stories from June 10, 2022.)

Andrew Wiggins had 17 points and 16 assists for the Warriors, who will host game 5 on Monday night. They would also have the home advantage in a seventh game if needed.

Jason Tatum had 23 points and 11 rebounds, Jalen Brown had 21 points and Robert Williams III had 12 rebounds for Boston.

Fans who arrived at TD Garden for the last time this season could be found a T-shirt dressed over their seats with the 17 NBA league banners lined up at the front. There was an empty rectangle where the 18th would go.

Now the Celtics will have to win at least one more time in San Francisco to fill the gap.

The crowd spent much of the game disapproving of the Warriors’ great man, Dreymond Green, shouting obscenities at him, usually intended for Bucky Dent, and mocking his many misplaced remarks. The four-time All-Star shot 1 in 7, but finished with nine rebounds and eight assists to reach two points.

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