NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors No Pushovers Despite Boston Celtics Victory In Game 1

New York: The Boston Celtics begin their 2022 NBA Finals campaign, as the visitors outscored the home team 40-16 in the fourth quarter on a 120-108 win over the home side in the 1st quarter.Read more – California police search for shooters that killed 6, 12 people in Sacramento

But the Golden State Warriors have nothing to worry about as they have lost consecutive playoff games in the first round, West Semis and Conference finals. Read also – Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James injured, set aside

While NBA history is not accurate on the Warriors, teams that win Game 1 of the Final will eventually win the series by 70.7%. But then another trivia kind of balances out. Only eight of the 17 NBA teams have won the NBA title after winning Game 1 on the road. Read also – NBA player Clifford Rozier died of cardiac arrest

Stephen Curry was not worried after the spectacular defeat in Game 1. “Being honest about what went wrong and holding each other accountable and getting another level of effort and grief is all we need,” Curry said.

Game 2 of the 2022 NBA Finals will be live on Sports 18 and Voot in India on June 6, 5:30 AM.

Stephen Curry joins a special list of greats if they win their 4th NBA Championship to go with their 2 MVPs. Other members of this rare club are all-time greats – Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Tim Duncan, LeBron James, Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan and Bill Russell.

The Celtics are in a position to win their record 18th NBA Championship, which breaks the tie for most titles with the Los Angeles Lakers. At the same time, the Warriors are seeking their fourth NBA championship in eight seasons and their seventh championship overall.

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