June 16, 2022 at 11:30 am
The NBA Finals is nearing its peak, and maybe we’ll see a new champion Thursday through Friday night.
>>you are fine<
Momentum on the GS side
A championship game against the hosts in Oakland led 3-2. They got off to a rough start, losing the first game 108-120, the highest score for the winning team in the final. They won another domestic duel (107:88) to keep Boston happy again (116:100). However, Golden State also responded to the break (107:97) and made it 104:94 in what could be a pivotal meeting for the entire series, although the score remained tied at the end of the third quarter.
curry x factor
The entire series and playoffs were led by Warriors Stephen Curry, who averaged 34 points in the first four games of the Finals. For the remainder of the matchup, the six-time NBA champion is relying on Andrew Wiggins, another player underrated by many. The Canadians had 36 points and added 13 rebounds. Boston leader Jayson Tatum competed with him with 27 points and 10 rebounds. However, Brown or Smart must join him or they won’t have a chance against Curry, Thompson or Wiggins.
What do we recommend entering?
Boston – Golden State 2
Curry Size (28.5) more
Golden State has an experienced team and coaches, but it realizes that risking a “Game 7” won’t pay off. Thanks to Stephen Curry’s razor-sharp hand, the Warriors are back at the top of the standings after a two-year ordeal.