Boston beat Golden State in the early stages of the NBA play off

Boston Celtics beat the Golden State Warriors in the first leg of the National Basketball Association (NBA) playoffs at 120’s 108 (28’s 32, 28’s 22, 24’s 38, 40’s 16). ).

Hosts scout Stephen Curry was the most effective player in the meeting, scoring 34 points, 21 – in the first quarter. Center Al Hoford has the highest score among 26 winners.

Golden State Goalkeeper Clay Thompson is the second-highest scorer in the NBA record with 434 recordings. Carrie leads by three points in 537.

Boston won 1-0 in a row of four winners. The next match will be played on June 6 in San Francisco and will begin at 3:00 p.m.

For the second time in history, teams will play. Previously, the Celtics were strong in 1964, winning 4-1 in a row.

Boston is playing in the NBA Finals for the first time since 2010 and for the 22nd time in history. Most of the time at this stage of the championship, he has only played for the Los Angeles Lakers (32 times).

The Celtics have won the trophy 17 times. The Warriors have won six NBA Championships. The current winner is Milwaukee Books.


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