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Game info Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors

In Game 4 of the NBA Finals , the Boston Celtics return to play at home against the Golden State Warriors . The duel will be on the night of this Saturday (11), at 01:00 UTC. And the stage will once again be the iconic TD Garden, in Boston , Massachusetts.


The 2021/22 National Basketball Association season playoff series is 2-1 for Boston so far. Thus, the Celtics only need to win two more games to lift the Larry O'Brien Trophy. The Warriors, on the other hand, need to try to 'steal' a command of the court in this fourth game to leave the series tied again. In game 3, also at TD Garden, the hosts had a beautiful performance and won by the score of 116 to 100.


Boston Celtics
Coach Ime Udoka's Celtics performed very well on the court in the third game of the Finals. The team did very well in the first half of the game, had a scare in the third quarter, losing the partial by 33 to 25, but they took the reins of the match in the final period, winning by 116 to 100. The 'Celtic' team had 48, 3% success in field shots and 37.1% in three-point shots, even though he made only 70.8% of free throws.


The most productive players with the Celtics jersey were Jaylen Brown, responsible for 27 points, nine rebounds and five assists, star Jayson Tatum, with 26 points, six rebounds and nine assists, and Marcus Smart, responsible for 24 points, seven rebounds. and five assists. The Boston Celtics arrive with only Robert Williams III listed as 'questionable' in the injury report, due to a knee problem, but he is likely to play, as he did in Game 3.


Golden State Warriors
Meanwhile, the Warriors, who are coached by Steve Kerr, squandered a huge chance to win an away game and take the lead for the first time in the series. Now, after losing the third game by 16 points, the Californian team needs to turn around to continue with good chances in the final series. In the first game of the series at TD Garden, the team scored 46.2% on shots, 37.5% on triple shots and 86.7% on free throws.


The Warriors' standout individual was superstar Stephen Curry, who left the court in Boston with 31 points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals. In addition to him, Klay Thompson recorded 25 points, three rebounds and three assists, and Andrew Wiggins contributed 18 points, seven rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks. The Golden State Warriors had a big scare late in Game 3 as Curry walked off the court with a foot injury, but he assured himself that he will be on the court in Game 4. In addition to him, Otto Porter Jr. and Andre Iguodala are listed under 'questionable' status in the pre-match injury report 4.


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Was a great match i watched it. Good sportsmanship from both the teams!


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