The Warriors missed out on the opportunity to sweep the Spurs.
They were sloppy with the ball in Game 4 and not focused from the opening tip.
So what needs to change in Game 5?
"Do everything we did, but opposite," Klay Thompson told reporters on Monday. "So win the game and move the ball better."
See -- it's that simple!
After scoring 27, 31 and 19 points in Games 1 through 3 respectively, Klay struggled on Sunday to the tune of 12 points on 4-for-16 from the field.
He's confident that he will bounce back.
"I don't know if I'm gonna get 60, but if I get half that I'll be happy," Klay said.
If the Warriors lose on Tuesday night, Game 6 would be in Texas on Thursday.
Klay doesn't even want to think about that scenario.
"Beautiful opportunity for us to close it out at home and that's the goal because we do not want to make that flight back to San Antonio," Klay declared. "It's no fun...
"We're a championship team and we'll repond like one."
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller