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NBA Finals 2022: The court factor does not go with the Warriors: the streak that is history in the NBA

yessomeone was surprised by the victory of the Warriors in the boston garden, let him know that they did nothing of the other world. At least noth


yessomeone was surprised by the victory of the Warriors in the boston garden, let him know that they did nothing of the other world. At least nothing they hadn’t been doing for the last nine years. And it is that by winning that fourth game, the San Francisco team already chained 27 consecutive playoff ties winning at least one game away from home.

The streak is unmatched. It is by far the largest in NBA history. You have to appreciate how tremendously reliable you have to be to win at least one away game in 27 consecutive series.

And in that process, Draymond Green (26), Klay Thompson (26) and (25), are the only players who can boast of having won at least one game away from home in all the Playoff series they have played. Curry missed the playoff against the San Antonio Spurs in 2018.

It all started against the Denver Nuggets in the first round of the West in 2013. It was in the second game and then, once it was over, the young Stephen Curry said: “We are a resilient team“. Not even he himself can believe how prophetic he was.

But from that impressive streak, which they have been given 39 away wins, the last one is one of the most important. The Warriors were on the ropes, they had lost home court advantage, but that doesn’t go with them. They won, tied the series at two and now they can seal the title in San Francisco… or in Boston if they win the fifth and sixth.

If you have an amazing group of players that someday will be in the Hall of Fame, like Steph, Klay and Draymond, they can guarantee you streaks like that. They are not only very talented players, they are incredibly competitive,” said Steve Kerr, proud coach of the Warriors.

The 43 points of Curry in the Garden, a product in part, according to the player, of the hostile environment they found in Boston, they place Don Stephen as the absolute favorite to be Finals MVP if the Warriors win. It would certainly be the first time that he wins it because in the three titles that his team won, Andre Iguodala and Kevin Durant, twice, were the winners. It is without a doubt the individual prize that remains to be won by the Warriors star.