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NBA: Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics | 14 June, 9 AM (PST) 

Mary C

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PG | Stephen Curry 

SG | Klay Thompson 

SF | Andrew Wiggins 

PF | Kevon Looney 

C | Draymond Green 



PG | Marcus Smart 

SG | Jaylen Brown 

SF | Jayson Tatum 

PF | Al Horford 

C | Robert Williams III 



Just like that, it’s evened out once again. Curry made it back in time for game 4. The Golden State Warriors made sure they weren’t going down in the Celtics’ den. Game 5 is now set to be held at Chase Center in California. The Dubs now have the advantage of playing home. This is either team’s game at this point, and that’s what makes it so exciting. We’re all at the edge of our seats! Now, how can we possibly predict the possible victor for game 5? In the good spirit of the game, here’s our analysis. 


In this best-of-seven series, the Greens and Dubs are nip and tuck, to say the least with their alternating wins. As Stephen Curry made sure to come back in time for game four, he managed to bag 43 points of their 107-point total. From his performance alone, the sense of urgency was evident. They knew they needed to win this game if they truly wanted to win the postseason, and they pulled it off skillfully. Klay Thompson admitted, “The things he does we kind of take for granted from time to time,” referring to Curry— and they’re right. They could not have pulled that off without him.  


Peering over at Boston’s performance, it seemed they were not prepared for Curry’s reappearance for game four. They’ve done exceptionally thus far this postseason despite doubts regarding their ability to get into the finals, yet here they are. According to NBC Sports, the Celtics have the best defense in the league and even better depth than the Warriors. This strength and versatility in defense come in handy, especially with the explosive offense of their opponents. Their immediate future is promising with Tatum and Brown’s type of play. 


Ultimately, a prediction has been made. For this upcoming match, the anticipation has been higher than ever with the attendance of Curry ensured. With that and their known talents for turning late games around, we’re vouching for the mighty Dubs. Curry is unleashing his vigor as seen in game four. We don’t see this determination going away anytime soon as the finals is nearing its end. They might’ve only landed third in the regular season, but we doubt they’ll be letting the finals slip away from their fingers. 


9 AM (PST), 14 June 2022. Chase Center, San Francisco, CA. 

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