LeBron James Reacts to Steph Curry Tying Kobe Bryant’s All-Time NBA Finals Record

Three-time NBA champion Stephen Curry just put in a monstrous performance to give his side hope in the NBA Finals.

Going into Game 4 of the Finals, the Warriors were down 2-1. That’s when Curry took matters into his own hands.

He scored 43 points to win the game for the Warriors with his performance putting him in elite company. This is Curry’s 13th NBA Finals game where he scored 30+ points, equal to the late great Kobe Bryant.

Curry gathered praise from all around the world including Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James.

James posted a series of tweets praising the Warriors star. He said, “Can NEVER EVER count “THE CHOSEN 1s” out!”

Interestingly enough, LeBron takes spot number two on the list with 22 Finals games where he has scored 30 or more. 

Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan leads the way with 23 games followed by LeBron, Shaquille O’Neal with 16, and Kobe and Curry with 13.

Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics turned out to be a treat for the fans. The match was usually a close affair throughout with Curry being the defining factor.

Curry will look to continue his fantastic form into the next game. Safe to say, the Finals MVP award is not far away for Curry if he continues to put in such performances.