Celtics Have A Great 4th Place, Beat Warriors In Game 1 Of NBA Finals – Boston News, Weather, Sports

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jaylen Brown made a comeback and scored 24 points, Al Horford hit six 3-pointers and the Boston Celtics ran through the most one-sided fourth quarter in NBA Finals history to a 120-108 win the Golden State Warriors Game 1 on Thursday night.

Horford finished the game with 26 points and the Celtics beat the Warriors 40-16 in the last 12 minutes after being 15 points behind late in the third quarter.

Boston made his first seven tries from distance in the fourth, landing 9 of 12 beyond the arc in the final 12 minutes when almost everyone was caught up in the 3-point flow. Jayson Tatum was the lone Celtics regular who struggled offensively and finished 3 for 17.

Stephen Curry scored 34 points on his return to the NBA big stage for the first time in three years, but the Warriors were able to keep up the momentum of a 38-point third quarter that put them 92-80 ahead with 12 minutes left. not maintained.

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