In game four of the NBA Finals, Devin Booker and Chris Paul were looking to bounce back while Giannis and the Bucks were looking to bring forth their winning momentum from game three to tie the series. Although Booker came out firing and had a total of 42 points, he ended up in foul trouble which hurt the team as well as Paul not hitting most of his shots. Paul was 5 of 13 from the floor which left him with only 10 points and a total of five turnovers. On the other end of the floor, Khris Middleton was explosive. Middleton had 40 points in this win which came up big time on the scoreboard as 10 of his final points scored were in the last stretch of the fourth quarter. Not only was this 40-point play impressive, but Giannis also had the essential game winning block that gave all of the energy back to the Bucks during that drive.