Former Sixers big man Al Horford, Celtics fall in Game 4 to Warriors

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With the Philadelphia 76ers out of the playoffs, now is the time to check on the former Sixers to see what they are doing in the playoffs around the league.

In the NBA Finals, there are currently two former Sixers players going at it with Andre Iguodala of the Golden State Warriors and Al Horford with the Boston Celtics.

While Iguodala didn’t play for the Warriors in Game 4 on Friday night in Boston, the Celtics got some production out of Horford. The veteran big man had eight points, six rebounds, and four assists, but the Warriors came away with a 107-97 win and even the finals at 2-2.

Stephen Curry had 43 points and 10 rebounds for Golden State in the win.

As the series now shifts back to the Bay Area for Game 5 on Monday, Horford and the Celtics will just have to be able to find a way to bounce back. They were able to win Game 1 out in San Francisco and now they have to win another road game in this series.

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