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Steph Curry Joins elite club of Michael Jordan and LeBron James after stephortless NBA Finals game 4 win over Celtics

Steph Curry, LeBron James and Michael Jordan

Steph Curry making a legendary blow against the Celtics in Game 4 of the 2022 NBA Finals entitled the Warriors to even the series with the Celtics at TD Garden on Friday night. The Warriors PG was spectacular scoring a 40+ score enabling the Warriors to steal the game by a margin of 107-97.

Curry scored his first 40+ points in 2013 and he’s been doing it for 9 years now. His match winning 43 points in Game 4 with 10 rebounds and 4 assists earned him several mentions in the record book. Curry is now just the third player to score a 40+ points in a Finals game at 34 years old with LeBron James and Michael Jordan.

Those big names says it all as the Warriors superstar is moving towards his fourth title and the maiden Final MVP, he is definitely on the trip to meet the legends of the game and the journey is looking very enjoyable to him so far.

Steph Curry was looking tremendous in the court escaping from a scary injury in game 3. The NBA superstar just need to escalate the form for the next couple of games to mark a permanent left in the book of the all time legends.

However, It was a match full of suspension for those who watched, it was a close call for both of the teams and The Dubs dominating the final five minutes bought the drama to their name.

Game 5 is scheduled to returned on Chase Center on Next Tuesday where Steph Curry would definitely be waiting to take the home court advantage.

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