Boston did not take advantage of the court order and now the best series of 7 games tied 2-2
In the game 4 of NBAHey Boston Celtics The court order was not confirmed, and at TD Garden, he gave Golden State Warriors Against 107 to 97 this Friday night with Stephen Curry’s Magic Night.
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As a result, the NBA Finals’ best series is now tied at 2-2, and Game 5 takes place at Chase Center on Monday at 10 p.m. (Brasilia), with broadcasts By ESPN on Star +.
Stephen Curry and Jason Tatum had a one-on-one duel in the first quarter, each responsible for 12 points in the partial, which the Celtics won 28-27.
In the second quarter, the game stayed the same, but the Celtics prevailed, especially with other good performances from Derek White and Jaylene Brown. Boston went on to win the first half by 5 points.
In the second half, the Warriors remained in the match thanks to the extraordinary effort of Stephen Curry, who once again crossed the 40-point mark and made crucial balls.
As with the rest of the series, Draymond Green was practically a zero factor on the court. The inability to contribute to attack and defense and to be an easy prey every time he kicks a ball or enters the lane.
But the Warriors knocked out Boston with the win thanks to another celebratory performance from Curry.
Stephen Curry: 43 points, 10 rebounds, 4 assists, 7 3s
Andrew Wiggins: 17 points, 16 rebounds
Jason Tatum: 23 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists
Jaylene Brown: 21 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists
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