Golden State Warriors claimed a 107-97 win at TD Garden on Friday night to level the NBA Finals series at 2-2 with Boston Celtics, thanks to a huge performance from star man Steph Curry.
Golden State can be backed at 20/27 to win the series outright and Curry is 10/13 to be named the Finals MVP.
What: Boston Celtics vs. Golden State Warriors, NBA Finals Game 5
Where: Chase Center, San Francisco
When: 02:00, Tuesday 14th June, 2022
How to watch: Sky Sports or bet365's Sports Live Streaming
Odds: BOS Celtics 7/5, GS Warriors 10/11
Curry led the game in scoring with 43 points, the most he has scored in a single game in the postseason this year and just four shy of his playoff career-high, and had 10 rebounds and four assists in 40 minutes.
The 34-year-old managed seven three-pointers, as Golden State fought back to draw level after a 16-point defeat in Game 3.
Curry sustained a foot injury in the third meeting after an awkward collision with Boston big man Al Horford as they challenged for a loose ball, but didn't appear to be troubled by any issues as he produced his best performance of this year's play-offs so far.
"I don't rate my performances. I just want to win the game," said Curry after the game, as reported by the BBC.
"For the most part, I didn't think of it (the foot injury). It doesn't take up too much mental space. I felt like I could do what I wanted on the court."
The Celtics went into the game knowing a win would leave them just one victory away from claiming the championship and they looked well placed to seize a 3-1 lead as they held a five-point lead in the fourth quarter.
However, Golden State finished the game with a 17-3 run to secure the win and now arguably have the advantage, as two of the final three games will take place in San Francisco.
Game 5 will take place at Golden State's Chase Center home on Monday.