In the NBA Finals, Golden State defeats the Celtics

Four seasons after their previous title, Golden State has once again claimed the NBA crown. It is the seventh championship for the brand and the fourth for the trio of superstars—Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green—who have spent the last ten years maturing and winning alongside one another.

They won Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics on Thursday, 103-90. They prevailed in the series, 4-2, and celebrated their deciding triumph in front of a swarm of disgruntled fans on the parquet floor of TD Garden, behind 17 championship banners.

Curry spotted his father on the baseline with 24 seconds left in the contest, held him, and trembled as the man cried in his arms. Curry then redirected his attention to the game. He knelt down and put his hands on his head before falling to the ground onto the court. Curry subsequently said, “I suppose I passed out.”

Curry stated, “Just thinking about all the moments and episodes that we went through to get back here gives you goosebumps.” Curry was awarded the most valuable player of the finals after tallying 34 points in the game that sealed the victory. He has never before in his career received the honor. According to Steve Kerr, without Curry’s performance, the title would not have been conceivable. This year, Kerr is serving as the team’s head coach for the first time.


Written by Eren Kilic

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