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The Golden State Warriors They defeated 104-94 the boston celtics in the San Francisco Chase Center, and went ahead 3-2 in the Finalthey only need one more victory to win the seventh title in their history.

Stephen Curry signed a poor acting this Monday with 16 points and 0 triples hit in 9 attempts, by far his most discreet game of the Finals. he had to show up Andrew Wiggins with a double-double (26 points and 13 rebounds) to lead the local team to their second consecutive series win.

On the part of the visitors, Jayson Tatum was the most outstanding with 27 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists. Meanwhile, the Dominican Al Holforda fundamental piece of the Celtics, had a bad night by only scoring 9 points.

Golden State he started the duel with a good offensive game and maintaining a solid defense, he finished the first 12 minutes 11 points (27-16) above Boston. In the second quarter, the Celtics they were better though Golden State he was able to maintain a wide lead (52-39) at halftime.

In the third quarter, those led by Ime Udoka they were resurrected, in those 12 minutes they scored 35 points4 less than in the first half, to arrive with life to the last quarter (75-74).

After the 2 minute break, the Warriors came out to pressure the visitors and caused them to Boston He will miss 9 of his first 10 shots. In addition, a great offensive closure of wiggins gave the locals a 104-94 victory.

The game 6which can be definitive, will be this Thursday at the TD Garden at 8:00 p.m. Central Mexico time.

(With information from Europe Press)

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