After going down 0-2 in their second-round series against the Golden State Warriors, the Houston Rockets have rallied back to tie the series at two games apiece. Last night, the Rockets won Game 4 on home court by a score of 112-108, although with just seconds left, the score was 111-108 and the Warriors had possession. Golden State attempted two three-pointers and missed both of them which allowed the Rockets to regain possession and finish off the game.

Having won by the skin of their teeth, Rockets star Chris Paul wasn't satisfied with how the team played and explained that they need to improve for Game 5.

"Yeah, we won the game, but we've got to be better," Paul said according to ESPN. "We understand that. Going back to the Bay, they're probably not going to miss those shots."

James Harden led all players with 38 points in the game and was able to tie his teammate PJ Tucker with 10 rebounds. After the game, Harden explained how the Rockets struggled to score in the fourth quarter which allowed the Warriors to make a comeback.

"Everything tightened up in the fourth quarter," Harden said. "We went through a stretch where we couldn't score. They went through a stretch where Draymond [Green] got a couple of layups, but other than that, they really couldn't score either."

With the series tied at 2-2, both teams will travel back to Oakland for Game 5 on Wednesday night.