Golden State will play its sixth final after eight years. A performance that no team has achieved since the Chicago Bulls Michael Jordan, the winner of their six finals in 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green try to win the fourth ring. their coronations in 2015, 2017 and 2018. They will have to overcome the Celtics or Heat, who are currently facing each other in the Eastern Conference finals (3-2 for C).
Despite defeating in the 4th game on Wednesday against the Dallas Mavericks (119-109), the Warriors wanted to finish work in their room at all costs this Friday so that they could get the most rest before the potential finals. A message perfectly integrated by the band to Steph Curry, used in defense, but especially deadly in attack from the first minutes, through the highly inspired Klay Thompson (top scorer with 32 units, 8/16 on three points). Also with the unplayable Kevon Looney under the hoop (18 rebounds including 7 offensive), Steve Kerr’s men were able to take advantage of Luka Doncica inside and gain a certain lead from the break (69-52).
Dončic’s alarm clock was not enough
If Spencer’s address, Dinwiddie (26 points), allowed his people to hold a slim chance of returning, the Californians did well in the second period. Despite the awakening of Slovenian star Mavs, who scored 15 points in the third quarter after scoring only 6 in the first half, the top five Golden State alternated perfectly and took advantage of the generosity in defending the opponent. In addition to Thompson, Curry (although far from their standards, shooting 5/17), Green, Wiggins and Looney scored 10 to 18 points.
” It’s an incredible sense of accomplishment for our group. I’m really proud of the commitment that our boys have shown in their daily work over the last two years, because they knew it was the only way to get back to the finals without knowing if we could do it.rejoiced at the end of the meeting Steve Kerr.
After the elimination of Jazz (4-2) and Suns (4-3), the march will be too high this time for Jason Kidd and his family, victims of a gap in the team’s depth with a team that is more experienced than these Warriors. . As of next Thursday, Jordan Poole’s teammates will play in the NBA Finals, focusing on the fourth ring in eight seasons. In the face of Miami or Boston, the franchise could win the seventh title in its history.