The greatest container of Game 4 of the NBA Finals, as indicated by Golden State Warriors mentor Steve Kerr, was no of Stephen Curry's stunning 3s. It was not even any of Klay Thompson's jumpers or Andrew Wiggins' putbacks.

 No, after the Warriors' 107-97 success on Friday, Kerr said that the greatest can was this left-given finish from Kevon Looney:

Kerr isn't only crazy for Looney. It's about setting. There was about brief left, and Al Horford had quite recently made a 3, finishing an over three-minute Boston Celtics dry spell.

Looney's layup transformed a one-ownership game into a two-ownership game, and it collapsed a group that was prepared to detonate.

You've seen the Warriors execute passing groupings like this one a zillion times, and that is the point. Their meat and potatoes stuff has not functioned admirably against the Celtics.

You've seen the Warriors execute passing groupings like this one a zillion times, and that is the point. Their meat and potatoes stuff has not functioned admirably against the Celtics.