Game 4 - Golden State Warriors VS Houston Rockets closed the game with 95-92 in favor of Rockets.Warriors did not able to add their win as they were defeated this time, scoring 2-2 --- both teams as of the moment stands even in Western Conference Finals.

The Game 4 was held at Oracle Arena in Oakland on the 22nd of May, Tuesday.

Image from Bay Area News Group/Ray Chavez

The Rockets will come back to Houston for the Game 5 knowing that they can secure a NBA Finals appearance with two home wins. James Harden who scored 30 and Chris Paul who has 27 points were huge for the guests as they battled again from a ten-direct shortfall with a quarter toward play to squeeze out an improbable win. Solidify battled after a 24 points in first half, however the Rockets drove 94-89 after a triple with 2:27 to play by Eric Gordon.

Kevin Durant left behind a chance to take the game tying shot with the Warriors down 94-92 with seconds remaining --- the main scores starting there originated from the foul line. Durant passed the ball to Klay Thompson, who was not able get a compelling shot off. 

Durant said that 'that is not the motivation behind why they lost the game. Be that as it may, he certainly wishes he had that last play back'. Paul bounced back Thompson's miss just before the last ringer sounded out of the blue and beat the ball down in enchant.

A replay survey resulted and it was resolved Shaun Livingston fouled Paul before the diversion finished, so Paul made a free toss with 0.5 seconds left. Curry couldn't get off a last endeavor before the ringer. 

Only 12 pts Warriors scored in the final quarter as their offense went into disrepair.

Houston mentor D'Antoni said that 'he thought this game was the most unexpected amount they've ever played protectively'. It snapped a keep running of 16 continuous home playoff wins for Golden State. Steph Curry scored 28 pts and Kevin Durant included 27 pts and 12 bounce back yet the safeguarding champions --- who lost Andre Iguodala to knee damage before the amusement --- missed their last six shots from the floor.

Warriors mentor Steve Kerr said that 'we just came up short on gas'. After seven uneven challenges over the East and West, an eighth showed up on the cards as Houston missed its initial eight shots of amusement four against Golden State to trail 12-0. Be that as it may, the Rockets reacted in exceptional form in a 34-18 second quarter to take a seven-point halftime lead. Solidify was excellent as he appreciated apparently the best 50% of b-ball of his profession.

The MVP most loved had 24 focuses, three helps and two hostile bounce back and furthermore made an enormous cautious commitment with three takes and two squares, and he dunked all finished Draymond Green. Much the same as he did in diversion three, Curry assumed control in the second from last quarter.

After 18 pts in the second from last quarter of amusement three, Curry directed in 17 in diversion four to transform a 53-46 shortfall into a 80-70 lead. However, the Rockets reacted again as we at last observed some important final quarter minutes, minutes that went poorly well for Golden State.

Now the game is even, who will get a chance to play this series finals?