Stephen Curry leads the Warriors to their fourth NBA championship in eight years

Stephen Curry leads the Warriors to their fourth NBA championship in eight years

Another victory in the final with the Boston Celtics secured the title of champion.

The Golden State Warriors, led by Stephen Curry, secured their fourth North American Basketball League (NBA) championship in eight years, winning their third consecutive 4-2 win in Boston (103-90). .

After losing 1-0 and 2-1 and giving up the home factor, the Warriors didn’t give the Celtics a chance to repeat, winning two consecutive 10 points and now a 13-point win – again Curry, Thompson and Draymond Green, led by Clay and Steve Kerr – Hits of 2014/15, 2016/17 and 2017/18.

The home team even started well, quickly leading 14-2, but the response of the new champions was terrible with a part of the 35-8, which ended with a score of 21-0, which has never been seen in the final in the last 50 years. .

The Warriors moved from a 12-point lead to a 15-point lead early in the second half, but that marked the match as the Celts didn’t get any closer.

The home team managed to reduce the score to only eight points by the end, and when it happened (78-86, 5.34 minutes before the end), the Warriors responded with a “triple” from Andrew Wickgins and a double from Draymond. .

The Curry Warriors, who finally won the Most Valuable Player (MVP) title in the fourth title, led with 34 points, including six threes, seven rebounds and seven assists after failing in Game 5.

As with most of the finals, Andrew Wiggins was Curry’s main ally with 18 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals and three steals, and Jason Tatum dried up in the second half.

Draymond Green, meanwhile, had the best game in the final with 12 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists, while Clay Thompson had 12 points, five of 20 points on the field were “weak” and brought in Jordan Poole. 15. Bank from the field.

In the Boston squad, the great Jaylen Brown (34 points and 7 rebounds) tried to keep the Celtics “alive” and she really had the help of Al Horford, who finished the match with 19 points and 14 rebounds.

Markus Smart (nine points, nine assists and six rebounds) was not inspired, Tatum (13 points and seven assists) “disappeared” in the second half, and collectively, the substitutes (five points) “escaped” and “periods” left. (22).

In the final, which was not a really balanced game, the game started with the Celtics in a very good plan and was ready to play Game 7 (14-2).

The first 12-point advantage was a quick response from the Warriors, who closed the first half with five (22-27) wins after a 25-8 draw, including 11-0.

The favorites of the fighters continued in the second half, the divisions reached 35-8 and 21-0, which resulted in a 15-point lead (22-37).

There were still 10.14 minutes to go, and the Celtics still responded 7-0, but the game never changed as the outsiders responded 14-4 and peaked at the end of the first half with 15 points (39). -54).

The start of the second half was again favorable for outsiders, who scored 22 points (50-72), while the Celtics, led by Brown and Horford, again managed to close the gap to 10 (66-76). the end of the third part.

The match did not close, but the truth is that the team led by Steve Kerr has always controlled operations and has never faced the threat of losing the advantage and the title, the fourth in eight years and the first since 2018. , was remembered after two seasons with serious injuries, especially for Clay.

I play at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Boston Celtics – Golden State Warriors, 90-103 (2-4).

Break: 39-54.

Under the guidance of Zach Zarba, David Guthrie and John Goble, the teams lined up and scored:

– Boston Celtics: Marcus Smart (9), Jaylen Brown (34), Jason Tatum (13), Al Horford (19) and Robert Williams III (10). Derrick White (2), Payton Pritchard, Grant Williams (3), Nick Stauskas, Aaron Nesmit, Sam Hauser, Luke Cornet and Juan Morgan also played.

Trainer: Ime Udoka.

– Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry (34), Clay Thompson (12), Andrew Wiggins (18), Otto Porter Jr. (6) and Draymond Green (12). Kevon Looney, Gary Payton II (6), Jordan Poole (15) and Andre Iguodala also played.

Head coach: Steve Kerr.

Goals of the strikers: 22-27 (first quarter), 39-54 (half), 66-76 (third quarter) and 90-103 (final score).

Audience: 19,156 spectators.


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