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Highlights: Andrew Wiggins notches double-double in Game 4 vs. Celtics with 17 points and 16 boards

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While Steph Curry stole the show with a red-hot 43-point performance in Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics, Andrew Wiggins showed up in a big way on Friday night at TD Garden.

Behind Curry’s explosive offensive performance, Andrew Wiggins stuffed the box score with a standout double-double effort. The All-Star wing added 17 points on 7-of-17 shooting from the floor with two triples and 16 boards in a team-high 43 minutes. Wiggins added two assists and a steal against the Celtics. 

Wiggins’ 16 rebounds in Game 4 against the Celtics surpassed his career-high number in the playoffs and regular season. Through four games of the 2022 NBA Finals, 16 rebounds are the most for any player in the series. 

Along with battling for boards, Wiggins played fierce defense on Boston’s All-Star guard Jayson Tatum. Wiggins continually drew the assignment of guarding Tatum throughout the game. 

Watch all of the highlights from Wiggins’ career-high rebound performance via YouTube

Curry’s 43 points paired with Wiggins’ double-double helped the Warriors seal a much-needed victory in Game 4, 107-97. With a win in Game 4, the series will now head back to the Bay Area tied at 2-2 before Game 5 on Monday at San Francisco’s Chase Center.

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