Led by 57 combined points from Chris Paul and James Harden (combined 46% FG), the Rockets overcame a double-digit deficit entering the fourth quarter at Oracle Arena to defeat the defending champion Warriors in Game 4, 95-92, tying the Western Conference Finals at two games each.
P.J. Tucker (16 rebounds) and Trevor Ariza sparked a spectacular defensive effort down the stretch, as Houston limited Golden State to just 12 points in the final quarter. The pivotal Game 5 is Thursday night at Toyota Center in downtown Houston.
Tuesday’s postgame show examines those storylines and more, including the incredible heart shown by Houston in overcome multiple double-digit deficits against arguably the most talented team in NBA history and at one of the most difficult opposing arenas to play in. Tune in:
RECAP: Heart of a champion? James Harden and @CP3 combined for 57 points while the #Rockets held the defending champs to just 12 points in the fourth quarter at Oracle, overcoming multiple double-digit deficits to tie the West Finals at two games apiece:https://t.co/Bvg9cxpWlG— Ben DuBose (@BenDuBose) May 23, 2018