Warriors vs. Celtics score, results: Boston steamrolls Golden State in fourth quarter of Game 2, takes early lead in NBA Finals
Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics Highlights: Boston Celtics stun Golden State Warriors in NBA Finals Game 2
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NBA Finals Game 5, Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics Highlights: The Boston Celtics have stolen home field advantage from the Golden State Warriors after pulling off a 12-point comeback in the fourth quarter of Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
The Warriors were in the driver's seat through three quarters. They entered the final frame of Sunday night's Game 2 with a double-digit lead over the Celtics, and they had been exceptional in fourth quarters throughout the NBA Playoffs.
Warriors vs. Celtics start time
Date: Sunday, June 6
Time: 9 p.m. ET | 6 p.m. PT
Game 2 of the NBA Finals will tip off around 9 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 2. The game will be played at the Chase Center in San Francisco.
Well, Boston threw all of those numbers right out of the window. The Celtics outscored the Warriors 40-16 in the fourth quarter on their way to a 120-108 victory. That point differential was the largest in a fourth quarter in NBA Finals history.
The Boston Celtics have stolen home field advantage from the Golden State Warriors after pulling off a 12-point comeback in the fourth quarter of Game 2 of the NBA Finals. It’s hard to imagine a more impressive start than that and it’s also difficult to believe that the Warriors won’t go back to the drawing board and start Sunday’s Game 2 with a chip on their shoulder. This is not going to be a sweep, that seems pretty obvious after the back-and-forth battle between these two teams today.
The franchises have met four times previously in the playoffs, the first three occurring in the Eastern Conference finals before the Warriors moved west from Philadelphia. The Celtics won all four matchups, including in 1960 and 1962 in the second and fourth seasons of their eight straight championships.
Jaylen Brown and Al Horford combined to score 21 of Boston's 40 points in the fourth, allowing the Celtics to take control late in the game despite Jayson Tatum's shooting struggles (12 points, 3-of-17 from the field).
Where will the NBA Finals match Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs Boston Celtics (BOS) be played?
The match between Golden State Warriors (GSW) and Boston Celtics (BOS) will be played at the Chase Center in San Francisco.
What time will the NBA Finals match Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs Boston Celtics (BOS) begin?
"The group that started the fourth quarter, I think, did a great job setting the tone," Horford told ESPN's Lisa Salters. "Jaylen attacking, Rob [Williams III] got a lob dunk, and that just kind of got us going. From that point on, we felt like we were gonna stay solid, continue to fight, and that's what we did."
Golden State star Stephen Curry finished with a game-high 34 points in the loss. He exploded for 21 points in the first quarter, but Boston tightened up its defense over the final 36 minutes.
The match between Golden State Warriors (GSW) and Boston Celtics (BOS) will begin at 6:30 am IST.
Which TV channels will broadcast Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs Boston Celtics (BOS) match?
Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs Boston Celtics (BOS) match can be seen on the Sports18 channel.
How do I watch the live streaming of the Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs Boston Celtics (BOS) match?
Golden State Warriors (GSW) vs Boston Celtics (BOS) match is available to be streamed live on the official website of the NBA with an NBA League Pass.
The Sporting News tracked live scoring updates and highlights from Warriors vs. Celtics on Sunday. Check out the complete results from Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
For Steve Kerr’s Warriors, this is their sixth Finals appearance in eight seasons and this dynasty is looking for its fourth Larry O’Brien trophy, a feat that could cement the team amongst the greatest teams of all-time. At the other end of the floor is a Celtics team led by first-year head coach Ime Ukoda, who has done a remarkable job turning the franchise into one of the best defensive teams in the league after a rocky start to the season.
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