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Game info Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors


In Game 6 of the NBA Finals, the Boston Celtics face the Golden State Warriors again. The very important match is scheduled for this Friday (17), at 01:00 UTC. And the stage will be the iconic TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.


At this point, Golden State leads the series 3-2 and thus has the 'match point'. That is, if you win Game 6, you close the series at 4-2 and get the Larry O'Brien Trophy. Boston, on the other hand, is at a disadvantage and needs the victory as home team to force the seventh and final game of the NBA Finals. And all this context is the ingredient we need for a tense and, certainly, very disputed duel from the first to the last quarter. In Game 5, in San Francisco, the Warriors took advantage of the control of the court and won by 104 to 94, getting very close to the conquest. But anyone who thinks the 'Celts' are dead is wrong.


Boston Celtics
Coach Ime Udoka's Celtics performed well below expectations in the fifth game of the Finals. Playing away from home, the team lost by ten points and, despite a reaction in the third quarter, ended up being dominated by Golden State for most of the match. The Massachusetts franchise scored 41.3% on field shots, 34.4% on three-pointers and 67.7% on free throws. The team only hit the first three of the night with 4:34 left in the second quarter and committed 18 turnovers on the night, wasting several possessions.


Individually, the best players with the Celtics jersey were star Jayson Tatum, with a double-double of 27 points and 10 rebounds, in addition to four assists, Jaylen Brown, responsible for 18 points, nine rebounds and four assists, and Marcus Smart, who recorded 20 points, three rebounds and two assists. The Boston Celtics arrive with no players on the injury report before Game 6, it seems.


Golden State Warriors
On the other side of the court are Coach Steve Kerr's Warriors, who had a game of overcoming in the fifth game. Playing in front of the fans' eyes, the Californian team hit 46.6% of the field shots, but had only 22.5% of success in the three-pointers. The San Francisco franchise still hit 86.7% of the free throws in the game. One point Golden State improved well in the last game was turnovers, losing just seven free possessions in the entire duel.


The best players with the Warriors jersey in Game 5 were Andrew Wiggins, with a double-double of 26 points and 13 rebounds, in addition to two assists, Klay Thompson, who left the court with 21 points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals. ball, and star Stephen Curry, with 16 points, four rebounds, eight assists and two steals. However, Curry didn't do so well in one respect, as he missed all nine of his three-pointer attempts, thus ending a 132-game playoff streak with at least one straight three. In total, counting the regular season, the streak was 233 games, the highest mark in the entire NBA. The Golden State Warriors arrive without major problems in the medical department for the sixth game.


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