The Golden State Warriors’ attack has appeared like a one-man show at times during the NBA Finals


The Golden State Warriors’ attack has appeared like a one-man show at times during the NBA Finals, with Stephen Curry carrying the vast majority of the scoring and playmaking tasks. Curry’s 43-point masterwork lifted Golden State to a road win against the Boston Celtics in Game 4 on Friday, exemplifying that feeling. The Warriors, on the other hand, have long emphasized the value of teamwork, and they took control of the Finals for the first time Monday when Curry’s teammates came together to carry their franchise star through a rare silent performance. Golden State won Game 5 at Chase Center, 104-94, reaping the benefits of Boston’s icy first quarter and splintered fourth quarter to take a 3-2 series lead. Golden State is on the verge of taking their fourth championship in the last eight seasons. Game 6 will take place in Boston on Thursday night.

Boston’s rage erupted early in the fourth quarter, when Klay Thompson made a 3-pointer on a play that the Celtics wanted ruled a push-off. During a timeout, Udoka, who had gotten a technical early, became furious with referee Tony Brothers, and things escalated from there. On the following possession, Smart was called for a foul call of his own, followed by an offensive foul and a delay of game warning on the inbound pass. Boston’s five-point lead from the third quarter became an 85-74 deficit when Poole made a basket on the other end. It was too late for the Celtics team by that time.

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