The Celtics outscored the champion Bucks in seven games and claimed the last ticket in their conference
Los Boston Celtics are back in the Conference Final of the It is after beating the reigning champions in seven games Milwaukee Bucks with a resounding 109-81.
With his victory, the Celtics claimed the ticket to face the Miami Heat on the Conference Final. The Heat left on the way the Philadelphia 76ers.
Los Celtics they hit 22 three-pointers, which represents an all-time record for seventh games in the NBA playoffs, pushed by Grant Williams’ seven (27 points), Jayson Tatum’s five (23) and Payton Pritchard’s four (14).
Los Celtics They are seeking their first conference championship since 2010 and their first NBA title since 2008. Boston they are currently tied with the Los Angeles Lakers with 17 championships, the most in Association history.
In the West tonight Dallas Mavericks y Phoenix Suns dispute the last ticket available to face the Golden State Warriorswho defeated in six games the Memphis Grizzlies in their division series.
Klay Thompson was the leading scorer of the Warriors with 30 points, he also had eight rebounds, two assists and three blocks, while Stephen Curry finished the day with 29 points, seven rebounds, five assists, a steal and two blocks.
Memphiswhich was without star guard Ja Morant, saw Dillon Brooks as its leading scorer with 30 points, along with four rebounds, an assist, three steals and a block.
Los Warriors they were the only one to advance to the round on Friday after the Bucks they could not take advantage of the locality against the Celticsfalling 108-95.
Los Warriors They are seeking to return to the Finals for the first time since 2019 and are also seeking the seventh championship in franchise history (1947, 1956, 1975, 2015, 2017 and 2018).
Los Mavericks haven’t won a championship since 2011, in their second attempt at the Finals, while the Suns they are still looking for their first championship. Last season Phoenix won the Western Conference, but lost in six games to Milwaukee in the NBA Finals.