One of the biggest momentum swings in Game 3 of the NBA Finals came when the Golden State Warriors were able to score seven points in one possession on the Boston Celtics.
The play began with 5:08 left in the third quarter, and Steph Curry bringing the ball up the court rather quickly. After Draymond Green set a screen for Curry, shutting out Celtics guard Derrick White, Al Horford dropped back a bit too far and gave Curry enough space to shoot his patented deep three-pointer. When Horford tried to recover defensively, he fouled Curry as the ball went into the hoop, bringing the possibility of a four-point play.
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