The Boston Celtics are back on top of the NBA Finals after winning this morning in Game 3 against the Golden State Warriors by 116-100. With this result obtained at home, the Celtics are two wins away from the title, which they have not won since 2008.
During the warm-up period, the visitors noticed some differences in the hoops and after talking to each other, they came to the conclusion that they were higher than the rules. TD Garden service technicians resolved the issue in time for launch.
With strong support in the stands, the Boston Celtics showed their superiority in the first half. In the first period, the team won by 33-22; in the second, the visitors had more balanced actions (67-57) and in the third the Boston had only a four-point lead (93-89). In the last and decisive period, the home team confirmed the physical power and increased the advantage in the scorer to confirm the victory
Jaylen Brown (27 points), Jayson Tatum (26) and Marcus Smart (24) led the attack, while for the Warriors, Stephen Curry took the lead (31 points).
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Game 1: Warriors – Celtics, 120-108
Game 2: Warriors-Celtics, 107-85
Game 3: Celtics – Warriors, 116-100
Game 4: Celtics – Warriors Dawn June 11
Game 5: Warriors – Celtics, early morning June 14
Game 6: Celtics – Celtics, early morning June 17
Game 7: Warriors – Celtics, early morning June 20