Rings and accolades fill the record books but legacies live forever. Trailing in the NBA Finals and facing an inflection point in his own career, Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry etches his name deeper into basketball history with an instant classic Game 4 performance. Unrelenting in his effort to stave off a two-game deficit and reclaim home-court advantage on enemy soil, the 34-year-old icon works a fourth-quarter give-and-go with teammate Draymond Green, stepping into his seventh three of the ball game to give his club desperately needed breathing room in the final two minutes of a three-point affair. Curry’s triple - three of the 43 insurmountable points he dropped on a Boston Celtics team hellbent on hanging on to their series lead - was a symbolic death blow in the June 10, 2022 contest, a punctuation point on a legacy-defining statement game.
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