Warriors will have two opportunities for be champions for the fourth time in the last eight years. This team is like Real Madrid with Champions League and shows the greatness of this group of players. On this last game between Boston, they knew how to endure the Boston reaction on the third quarter to end closing the game with a fantastic last quarter. Stephen Curry did not have his best performance (on of the worst ones on Playoffs). However, some players appeared on this relevant moment for the team. Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins were the best players of the night and they could win Celtics by 104-94.
The reality is the game had moments for both teams. Thanks to the victory of the Steve Kerr´s team on Boston, Warriors entered much better into this Game 5. The attack was good and Celtics drowned every time they searched for the hoop. The game started with an easy and convincing 24-8 for the local team. With this develop of game, it seemed that the game would close really fast. However, Jayson Tatum had other plans. He was the best of his team despite of the lose.
The forward of the green team said on the pre match of the Game 5 that he would like to be better and more decisive for his team. He was in charge of minimising damages in the first quarter, keeping his team afloat in the second one and even making a possible comeback in the third quarter. He was also in charge of reminding the Warriors that Celtic pride is not for negotiation. From his hands came 27 points and 10 rebounds. If Golden State led 51-38 at halftime, midway through the third period the Celtics had turned the game around to go up 55-58.
The “bad new” for Golden State is Curry´s streak ended. 132 consecutive games of playoffs (all of his career) Stephen Curry had scored at least one three-pointer…until last night. Boston´s defense led him to 0 out of 9 from long range to made just 16 points. Despite of this achievement of the greens, the victory went to Golden State Warriors. Something that had never happened in the Finals when a player had made 0 out of 7 in triples (or worse). Of course, Curry has now the worst performance in history in this section after the 0 of 11 that John Starks made in 1994.