The Rockets' best two players refused to let them lose in a 95-92 win over the Warriors in Game Four of the Western Conference finals at ORACLE Arena. Chris Paul and James Harden combined for 57 points, while the rest of the roster was just 9-of-31 from the field. The duo also hit eight of Houston's 12 threes. Harden had a game-high 30 points and Paul added 27. Houston responded to everything Golden State threw its way, including a 12-0 run to start the game and a 34-to-17 third-quarter blitz spearheaded by Steph Curry. The Warriors were outscored 25-to-12 over the final 12 minutes as the Rockets fought back to tie the best-of-seven series at two. Curry finished with six hits from deep on his way to 28 points and Kevin Durant chipped in 27. Houston hosts Game Five on Thursday.
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