Steph Curry considers Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Celtics his favorite game of all time

Steph Curry considers Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Celtics his favorite game of all time

Steph Curry has played many memorable games in his storied career. However, one game stands above the rest: Game 4 of the 2022 NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics.

In the last episode of “The old man and the three” podcast.Curry told host JJ Reddick why Game 4 meant so much to him.

“Game 4 was like, one: You know how big the game is, you lose that game … down 3-1, you might not even play after that, so you know how big that game is.” Curry told Reddick.

Curry added that despite being down in the first quarter, he had to let his emotions go.

“We’re slowly building momentum and I think we were down, I took a hit and started yelling at the crowd,” Curry recalled. “I said, ‘This is going to be a m———–g different game.'”

The Warriors star shared that after the game, his mother, Sonya Curry, told him to watch his mouth, to which he agreed that he will watch what he says.

However, the 34-year-old clarified that he showed such emotion because the Celtics fans were constantly criticizing their teammates and were already preparing for a championship parade.

Because he and the rest of the Warriors’ core — Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala — are incredibly competitive, Curry said listening to what they were being told and the environment they were in required “another level of response “.

“For me, I wanted to lead this even though we were still down in the first quarter and I said, ‘I don’t really know what I’m talking about, but let’s go,’ and I made a little bit of a three-game run that was by the books.” , Curry continued.

“And Game 4 was definitely my favorite game of my career because of the stakes that went into it and the fact that we lost that game, who knows if we’ll ever have a chance to win a championship again.”

In game 4, Curry scored 43 points on 14-of-26 shooting, 7-of-14 from 3-point range, 10 rebounds and four assists in 40 minutes, leading the Warriors to an improbable victory over a Boston team that was expected to win.

Curry put on a show for the ages, with Green sharing that was when he met The Warriors had rattled the Celtics i he even received praise from his former teammate Kevin Durant.

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If there was any doubt that Curry wasn’t an all-time player, Game 4 proved otherwise.

even now Curry’s gravity and impact ability a game are unmatched and game 4 shows it.

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