The Warriors were undermanned in Game 4, and it hurt them, big-time. Their players were gassed in the fourth quarter, and it amounted to them scoring only 12 points.
That ended up being their lowest-scoring quarter of the season, and it was clear that fatigue played a big role.
Andre Iguodala was absent from the starting lineup, as he was dealing with a knee injury, and the “Hampton 5” became the “Hampton 4.”
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was asked about his status, as well as Klay Thompson — who got dinged up on a collision in Game 4 — and he appeared optimistic that both will play in Game 5.
We’ll see what happened on Thursday.