The Golden State Warriors basketball team advanced to the NBA playoffs for the šiestykrát team in eight seasons. In Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, they beat the Dallas Mavericks 120-110 on Friday night and won the entire series 4-1 in the game.
Klay Thompson had 32 points against the Warriors, including 19 in the first half. Made 8 3-pointers on 16 attempts. Andrew Wiggins had 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Draymond Green had 17 points. Stephen Curry had 15 points and nine assists to earn the series’ Most Valuable Player award, which was presented in the finals of the Conference of Premiers.
The Warriors were undefeated in a single game, leading by 17 at halftime and 25 in total. “Pre náš tím, chalanov, especially jadro tímu, bích partiční finálya žesťkrát eight hands, it’s something that’s hard to describe in words. There’s a lot of skill behind the team, zanietenia is a solid,” Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said, according to the Associated Press.
After a poor start, Luka Doncic had 28 points and nine rebounds for the hosts, but made just 10 of 28 field goals. He was followed by Spencer Dinwiddie with 26 points. “Personally, I suck, but other than that, I’m very proud of the whole team. No one believed we could get this far,” Doncic said.
The Warriors are chasing a championship after three years, falling short of Toronto in 2019. They face series winner Miami-Boston in the final playoffs, with the Celtics leading 3-2 each after five meetings. “It’s not easy against both opponents, especially Boston could give us offensive problems. I think we’ll play well against them.” Draymond Green said.
Western Conference Finals:
Golden State Warriors – Dallas Mavericks 120:110 (28:23, 41:29, 25:32, 26:26)
Most points: Thompson 32, Wiggins 18 (10 rebounds), Green 17 – Doncic 28, Dinwiddie 26, Finney-Smith 13
/ Final bet for the series: 4:1walk forward Golden State/