Stephen Curry has been in great shape during the NBA finals against the Boston Celtics, with his figures, physical condition and influence on the Golden State Warriors’ game proving that he is in outstanding form.
The 34-year-old guard is participating in his sixth NBA finals series, having won the title three times with the Warriors. In this series against Boston, he is scoring an average of 34.3 points per game with 66.4 shooting efficiency.
Given that the best scoring rate he had registered in the past was 61.9 percent in 2017, it is clear that he is proving decisive for Golden State in these finals.
“He is strong and, when I say strong, I mean strong,” his teammate Draymond Green told ESPN. In Game 4, Andrew Wiggins was the player to stand out from the supporting cast, with Klay Thompson contributing to the defence.
On Monday night, the Warriors return home to dispute a crucial Game 5 against Boston with Curry shining brighter than ever.