The exciting NBA Finals continue to unfold and last Sunday night the Warriors won an important victory against the Celtics.
The second game of the series was played at the Chase Center with a 1-0 aggregate in favor of Boston and the local needs to match the key.
The San Francisco managed to stay with the victory after capturing a high-level game that allowed them to be up three of the four quarters. The main advantage came in the third partial that was 35-14 a favor de ‘GSW’.
Stephen Curry was the leading scorer of the night (as in the first game), but this time he served to lead his team to victory. He contributed with 29 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.
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The story continues in Boston
With this victory of the Warriors by 107 – 88 over the Celtics, now the NBA Finals will continue with the next games in the TD Garden de Boston.
Now those led by Ime Udoka will be local the next two matches. The intensity of the ‘Celtas’ is expected to be similar to the first game, although the ‘Warriors’ could build on the momentum.
By tying the global 1 – 1regardless of what happens in Massachusetts, a dispute must be fifth game back in San Francisco.
Remember that the key the best of 7 match is defineds, so the future scenario is still open. Both franchises have the responsiveness and the strength to succeed as locals or outsiders.
There is no doubt that the next NBA champion will be defined after a very exciting and disputed series until the end. Each game from now on will have a share of importance, leaving less and less room for error.