All tied in the NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors won the fourth game of the final against the Celtics in Boston and tied the championship final (2-2).
The Warriors took advantage of a superb Steph Curry (43 points) to win 107-97 and now win the final in San Francisco.
After a loss (108-120) and a victory (107-88) in San Francisco and a first loss in Boston (116-100), the Warriors did not start well and lost 54-49 at halftime . However, the Warriors haven’t lost consecutive games since March, so more was to come.
Curry then shone in Boston with a double-double of 43 points and 10 rebounds. The Warriors pulled off an impressive finish and posted a 17-point streak to the Celtics’ 3 in the final 5 minutes. Of these, 10 were from Curry. Closer to him than Klay Thompson, with 18 points.
—NBA (@NBA) June 11, 2022
For the Celtics, Jayson Tatum scored a double-double with 23 points and 11 rebounds; Jaylen Brown had 21 points.
The fifth game of the final takes place on Monday in San Francisco, and the sixth is scheduled for Thursday in Boston. If necessary, the seventh will be held in California on June 19.
Game 1: Warriors – Celtics, 108-120 (0-1)
Game 2: Warriors – Celtics, 107-88 (1-1)
Game 3: Celtics – Warriors, 116-100 (2-1)
Game 4: Celtics – Warriors, 97-107 (2-2)
Game 5: Warriors – Celtics, early morning June 14
Game 6: Celtics-Warriors, early morning June 17
Game 7: Warriors-Celtics, early morning June 20