HOUSTON (KRON) — It was bittersweet in Houston on Sunday afternoon. The Golden State Warriors beat the Houston Rockets 121-94 in Game 4 to take a commanding 3-1 series lead, but lost Stephen Curry after he sprained his knee to end the first half of the game.
Curry came back out after halftime, but was unable to play. Shaun Livingston started for the Warriors from then on.
Klay Thompson picked up his play and made multiple three-pointers in the third quarter to give Golden State a 17 point lead. Thompson finished with 23 points. Draymond Green had 18. The two combined for 11 three-pointers. The Warriors made a playoff record 21 three-pointers in the game.
Game 5 will be at Oracle Arena on Wedneday at 7:30 p.m.