The Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics 107-97 to level the NBA Finals series 2-2 on Friday.

Needing a win at Boston's TD Garden to avoid the Warriors going down 3-1 in a Best of Seven series,

Curry delivered one of the best performances of his glittering career to reignite Golden State's hopes of a seventh championship.

Curry had entered game four with concerns swirling over his health after suffering a knock to his foot in the Warriors' game three defeat on Wednesday.

But the 34-year-old two-time NBA Most Valuable Player emphatically laid to rest any doubts about his fitness as he single-handedly hauled Golden State back into the finals with game five back in San Francisco on Monday.

Once more curry got done with 3 focuses, 10 bounce back and four aids one night as Golden State battled to find its hostile musicality in extended games against a strong Boston group.

Klay Thompson added 18 points for the Warriors while Andrew Wiggins produced 17 points and 16 rebounds in a crucial contribution. Jordan Poole added 14 from the bench

"A lot of pride in our group, a lot of talk over the last 48 hours about how we can get back into this series," an elated Curry said afterward.

The Golden State Warriors beat the Boston Celtics 107-97 to level the NBA Finals series 2-2 on Friday.