NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors Won The Title For 4th Time in 8 Seasons

Last night NBA Finals match was played between Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics. Golden State Warriors beat Boston Celtics with score 103- 90 and won the Title for the 4th time.

Stephen Curry scored 34 points and the Golden State Warriors returned to NBA glory on Thursday, by winning 103-90 against the home Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the Finals. They won their first title in the span of four years.

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Andrew Wiggins scored 18 points and Jordan Poole added 15 as Golden State won its fourth victory in its eight seasons. The Warriors won the title only two years after they finished the league’s worst 15-50, following injury to Curry as well as Klay Thompson who scored 12 points in just five of 20 shooting Thursday, in the last game in the finals that were best of seven.

Both players were in great health and atop of the world during Game 6 sitting close to each other as they hugged each other following the buzzer at the end. Curry was named the Finals MVP after scoring an average of 31.2 points across six games.

Draymond Green scored 12 points with 12 rebounds, as well as eight assist for the Warriors who prevailed in spite of shooting 41.3 per cent from field.

Jaylen Brown had 34 points, while Al Horford added 19 points and 14 rebounding for the Celtics in the debut NBA Finals appearances since 2010. Boston has not won the title since in the year 2008.

Celtics player Jayson Tatum was limited to 13 points, despite 6-of-18 shooting. The only issue with the Warriors day was a short in the second half, when they were trailing 14-2 at the end of four minutes after an 12-0 game by Boston Celtics. Boston was leading 22-16 at the end of the opening quarter, before the Warriors went on two-and-one to take the lead to 37-22 after just a little over 10 minutes left in the second half.

When Curry hit three 3-pointers within the opening three minutes of the 3rd quarter Golden State pushed its lead beyond the 20-point mark, which was 72-50.

Curry turned his head with a positive and pointed to his finger that is ring. The Celtics eventually pulled to in the single digits, 74-65, after a three-point play from Al Horford with 44.1 seconds left in the third while the Warriors were leading 76-66 going into the final period.

The Celtics did not manage to score more than eight points the entire game, being snuffed in by 23 mistakes. Curry won the game with the final 3:17 for a lead of 96-81.

After a sweep in the opening round against the Brooklyn Nets in the first round of the playoffs the Celtics only went 4-4 on their own court throughout the remainder of the season.

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