The 2022 NBA Finals was an amazing and highly competitive series between some of the game's best and most well-rounded teams.

While the Warriors won the series with much resistance, head coach Steve Kerr recognizes the moment he knew his team was gonna win.

"It was Game 4 in Boston. Down 2-1, Celtics have a 5-point lead in the 4th quarter and Steph just has one of his greatest games of his career to put us on his back."

"That was the key. Because we took over the series from there," Kerr explained.

Curry was absolutely phenomenal in Game 4 dropping 43 points and 10 rebounds on 53.8% shooting.

"Skip, I said this was the only thing that was missing from his resume," said Shannon.

"He got his first Finals MVP, he’s a 2-time regular season MVP, the only unanimous winner of that award, he’s a 4-time champ, he’s a 2-time scoring champ,"

"And how he changed the game of basketball, Skip, I don’t know if we can properly quantify what he’s done for and to the game of basketball. The guy that I bumped out of the top 10 was Shaq."

"It was between he and Kobe. My list, I got – Bron, Jordan, Kareem, Magic, Wilt, Bird, Tim Duncan – 15-time All-Defense, 15-time All-NBA, 15-time All-Star, 3 times he was a Finals MVP, 2 times he was a league MVP"

"Bill Russell, Kobe – Kobe got everything out of his career… and then I got Steph."