Even Klay Thompson believes Stephen Curry’s Game 4 explosion is the best performance of the Golden State Warriors star in the NBA Finals.

Curry has delivered several incredible plays in the NBA Finals throughout his career, but there is no doubt Game 4 on Friday was one of the most important, if not the most crucial. Facing the threat of falling to a 3-1 hole against the Boston Celtics, the Warriors sharpshooter exploded for 43 points to help the team win 107-97. He also had 10 rebounds and four assists, doing it all for the Dubs to keep them within the game and stage a comeback by the fourth quarter.

“I think probably No. 1. This was nearly a must-win game,” Thompson said when asked where he’ll rank Curry’s Game 4 among all his NBA Finals performances, per Connor Letourneau of San Francisco Chronicle. “…. Steph played incredible.”

Klay Thompson also heaped praise on Stephen Curry and the heart he showed in the contest. Truth be told, had Curry not exploded, the Warriors would have lost. After all, the rest of the starters combined for just 39 points. Yes, Steph outscored the four of them.

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The fellow Splash Bro. of Curry also raised the fact that Curry didn’t make the All-NBA First Team, highlighting his belief that his Warriors teammate was snubbed.

“The heart on that man is incredible. The things he does we kind of take for granted from time to time. To go out there and put us on his back … It’s shocking he wasn’t a First Team All-NBA guy, but whatever,” Thompson added.

While Curry refused to rank his NBA Finals performances, we have to agree with Thompson. The timing, importance and the way he did it makes it the best of his career. But hey, who knows, he might topple it by Game 5 of the series!