The Golden State Warriors lost Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals to the Dallas Mavericks.
By a score of 119-109 on Tuesday evening in Texas, the series is now 3-1 in favor of the Warriors.
The Mavs avoided a sweep, and Game 5 will be back in San Francisco on Thursday night.
Where they will again have to fend off elimination.
Steph Curry finished the game with 20 points and eight assists, and after the game, he met with the media.
The Warriors had won the first three games, and the Mavs did not appear to have any shot.
However, the win for the Mavs in Game 4 at least makes Game 5 interesting because they could force a Game 6 back in Texas.
The Mavs are in the NBA Playoffs for the third straight year.
However, this is the first time in the Conference Finals since 2011.
As for the Warriors, this is their first time in the postseason since 2019.
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