Steve Curry describes what it’s like to watch the 2022 NBA Finals Game 4 movie

Most Warriors fans probably re-watched Game 4 of the 2022 NBA Finals over the weekend, wanting another glimpse of Steve Curry’s impressive 43-point performance in a 107-97 win over the Boston Celtics.

While Dub Nation watched it for fun, Curry had to watch the movie as part of his job, researching Game 5 Monday night at Chase Center, a contest that would give a team one win away from the NBA title.

For someone like Curry, who has played in the NBA since 2009 and watched countless tapes of his past shows, what was it like to bring the controversy back to the most iconic Finals game of his career?

“It’s great because when you watch a movie, there are a lot of different emotions because you usually know the outcome of the game, whether you play well individually or not, you always know what happens at the end as if you were watching the end of a movie,” Curry told reporters on Sunday. “It’s always nice to know that a movie turned out great in the end.

“But it’s more about balancing what worked and trying to understand those patterns so that you can replicate that in the next game, and maybe anticipate some tweaks that might happen. Try to slow it down and try to be one step ahead of which – that.”

Like Warriors fans and the NBA fans in general, Curry’s concern wasn’t only on what he was doing on the field against the Celtics on Friday night.

“In the meantime, I’m also seeing a lot of different reactions in the crowd and on the bench, things like that as well,” Curry said. “That’s always some good entertainment.”

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Curry, who averages 34.3 points in the NBA Finals over his first four games, will try to carry that success into the fifth game. Two bullets in the chain.

That would make watching Game 5 on a cross-country flight better than any movie Carrey could ever want to see.

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