Stephen Curry scored 34 points as Golden State won the NBA title against the Boston Celtics in Game 6 of the Finals. It was the Warriors’ fourth NBA title in the last eight years.
Coach Steve Kerr led the Warriors to their title runs in 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2022. Also, Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson were instrumental in the four championships. Coach Kerr and the Warriors trio won 21 NBA Finals matches. They overtook the San Antonio Spurs trio of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker for the most NBA Finals wins by a trio in the last three decades.
Curry won his first NBA Finals MVP award. He said that nobody believed in them during the season’s start except those on the court. Also, Curry described it as surreal. He told sportsbook pay per head sources that he would not take the moment for granted because they never know when they can repeat it.
According to bookie platform sources, Kerr said that Curry reminded him of Hall of Famer Tim Duncan. Although they are different players, they both have the talent, humility, confidence, and humanity that make everyone want to win for them.
The Warriors suffered from injuries in the past couple of years. Also, they are back in the playoffs for the first time since 2019.
According to the price per head online reports, Game 6 started badly for the Warriors. The Celtics went up 14-2 before Golden State went on a tear. The half ended with the Warriors on a 52-25 run. Although Boston reduced the lead to a single digit in the third quarter, they could not take the lead.
The Celtics were up 2-1 in the series before the Warriors won three straight games, including Games 4 and 6 in Boston.