Golden State Warriors are NBA Champions! Stephen Curry & Co. Punish Boston Celtics Error Festival

Championship number 4 for Stephen Curry and Co.! The Golden State Warriors became NBA champions after beating the Boston Celtics 103-90 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Curry punished the Celtics’ error festival with his scoring.

Curry led the Warriors to the title with 34 points (12/21 FG, 6/11 threes, plus 7 rebounds and 7 assists), with Andrew Wiggins (18, 4 steals), Jordan Poole (15) or those at either end of the Courts strong Draymond Green (12, 12 rebounds, 8 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks) support. Klay Thompson scored 12 points on just 5/20 from the field.

Following Game 6, Curry was unanimously voted Finals MVP for the first time in his career. Over the entire series, the 34-year-old put up 31.2 points and 5 assists with 48.2 percent from the field and 43.7 percent from downtown.

At the other end, Jaylen Brown defended himself with 34 points (12/23 FG), but Jayson Tatum couldn’t put his stamp on the game (13 and 7 assists with 6/18 FG and 5 turnovers). In general, Boston made life difficult for itself with far too many ball losses. Al Horford led another comeback attempt with a double-double (19 and 14 rebounds), but that wasn’t enough.

There were no changes in personnel on either side, but there were in terms of play. Boston started with numerous post-ups to play to the economies of scale. The Celtics generated a good offense, Tatum and Brown completed a 12:2 start – the Celtics fans could be heard loudly right away.

With smaller lineups during the first quarter, the Celtics offense had more problems, and there were several turnovers on both sides. Golden State came into play better and better, even Green sank his first three of the finals. Curry and Poole also hit the backboard from downtown and the visitors ended the period with an 11-0 run. 27:22 Warriors.

After only 1:50 minutes in the second round, Celtics coach Ime Udoka had to burn two time-outs, but he couldn’t stop the now red-hot dubs. Poole barely missed, Wiggins slammed a loss, 21-0 run and 15-point lead for Golden State! Boston responded with a 7-0 run of their own, boosted by one spectacular block by Robert Williams III against Curry. Turnover continued to bother the Celtics, Golden State dropped to +21, and the fans in the TD Garden punished it with loud boos. It went into the cabins at 54:39.

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