Steph Curry hit a 27-foot three-pointer near the conclusion of the third quarter to put the Golden State Warriors ahead of the Boston Celtics for the first time since the first minute.
It was also the Warriors' last lead, as they were defeated 116-100 by the Celtics, who had taken a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven NBA Finals series.
With four minutes left in the game, Curry tumbled to the floor in a struggle for a lost ball with Boston's Al Horford, who rolled into Curry's foot. It was a dreadful night for Golden State.
Despite being in excruciating pain on the floor, the Warriors' talisman persisted to play for another two minutes before exiting the court.
Curry's fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson remarked, "We need him if we want to win this thing." "Steph, I'm sure, will do everything in his ability to play.
I'm hope he's okay since he's our identity, and it'll be difficult without him."