Golden State Warriors player Stephen Curry drives for the basket as Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics tries to challenge him
Curry made 14 of 26 field-goal attempts in the latest game against the Boston Celtics

In the fourth game of the NBA Finals, Stephen Curry scored 43 points as the Golden State Warriors defeated the Boston Celtics.

The Warriors won after Boston led 94-90 with just over five minutes to go.

Curry scored seven three-pointers from 14 attempts and did not appear to be affected by the foot injury he sustained in the third game of the series.

I do not rate my performance. Curry wants to win the game.

I didn't pay much attention to the foot. It doesn't take up a lot of space in the mind. I was able to do what I wanted on the court.

Klay Thompson scored 18 points for the Warriors, while Andrew Wiggins contributed 17 points and a career-high 16 rebound.

In the series, Curry is making 25 of 51 three-point attempts.

Thompson said that Stephan has carried them through many lulls. We're going to have to help him. It's ridiculous to ask him to score 43 nightly.

It's special to see what he does. You take it for granted when he does it so many times. The rest of the crowd was as well. It looks like it's easy.

The Celtics had a player with 23 points, 11 Rebound, six Assists, and three Blocks.

He gave them credit for hitting some big shots.

There are a lot of things we wish we had done differently because we felt like we had a good chance to win the game.

There is a fifth game in San Francisco on Tuesday.

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