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NBA Finals: Warriors tie the series with a slap on the table against Celtics

Lyou boston celtics they only played half a game of Game 2 of the NBA Finals tonight at the San Francisco Chase Centerand with a disastrous second


Lyou boston celtics they only played half a game of Game 2 of the Finals tonight at the San Francisco Chase Centerand with a disastrous second half, they gave up the victory to some Golden State Warriors that, now, they had a great night and took care of their advantage until the end, to finish the game 88-107 and tie the series at one victory per game.

Stephen Curry had a great night with 29 points, while Jayson Tatum He led the Celtics offense with 28 points, but that was all they had, given the offensive debacle of people like Al HorfordMarcus Smart and Robert Williams III, who finished the game with two points each.

Boston only scored 14 points in the third quarter and 24 in the second, against 55 points from the Warriors in addition, including a triple by Jordan Poole from midfield. 35 of them in the third period. The first half ended 52-50 in favor of the Warriors.

Offensive contrasts from Game 1

While the Warriors now managed to balance their offense: Curry, in addition to his 29 points, distributed six rebounds, four assists and three steals.

from the bank, jordan poole he was the second best scorer for the Warriors with 17 points, as well as two rebounds, three assists and two steals. Kevin Looney added 12 points, plus 11 from Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson and even Dreymond Green scored nine.

For the Celtics, after 28 points, six rebounds, three assists and a steal, Jaylene Brown scored 17 and Derrick White off the bench he scored 12. The team only stood out tonight for its seven blocks.

Both teams went 15-for-37 from 3-point range with an effectiveness of 40.5%, a normal figure for the Warriors but very high for the Celtics, who left their offensive line and paid the consequences.

The third game of the series will be this Wednesday 8 at the TD Garden in Boston at 9:00 p.m. (ET)