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Golden State Warriors defeat Celtics in Game Six, Capture Fourth NBA Title in Eight Years

By Ruben Rodriguez
La Feria News

Heading into Game Six of the NBA Finals, the Warriors led 3-2 after a solid Game Five win at home. Now Game Six takes place at the iconic TD Garden with the Warriors one game away from another NBA Title
From the Jump, Golden State took control by out-scoring Boston by five points to end the first quarter.

Golden State again took control in the second quarter off solid defense and great offense. Despite the Celtics taking control in the third quarter, the Warriors managed to bounce back and win game six 103-90 to capture their Seventh NBA Title.

Golden State without a doubt has been one of the greatest teams in the last Decade.

The Warriors have made Six NBA Finals appearances, captured Four NBA Championships, six Western Conference Championships and five divisional titles.

Besides Stephen Curry being named the 2022 Bill Russell NBA Finals MVP, the big story is Klay Thompson. Thompson, who has had a rough past three years plagued by injuries which included a torn ACL in Game six of the 2019 NBA Finals. Then prior to the 2020-2021 NBA Season, Thompson suffered a torn achilles during a preseason workout. Thompson made his return to the court 949 days after the Game six injury on January 9th, 2022.

The Warriors were led by a potent offense in Stephen Curry, who scored 43 points in Game three of the Finals. Other Contributors were Andrew Wiggins, Klay Thompson, Jordan Pool and Draymond Green.

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