Harden’s match winning performance made up for a disappointing Game 3. (AP Photo/Ronald Martinez, Pool)
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Houston's James Harden scored a playoff career-high 45 points while Golden State's Stephen Curry suffered a scary fall as the Rockets led from start to finish and beat the Warriors 128-115 Monday to stave off elimination from the NBA playoffs.Curry's first field goal after returning was a 3-pointer that got Golden State within six points with less than 8-1/2 minutes remaining. But Harden, who had 17 points in the fourth quarter, scored the next seven points as part of 10 straight by Houston to push the lead to 114-98 and effectively end it, cutting the series deficit to 3-1 .Houston's Dwight Howard had 14 points and 12 rebounds, and received a flagrant 1 foul early in the third quarter after throwing an elbow at Andrew Bogut's head.
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