Golden State Warriors on Thursday won their 4th NBA Title in the last 8 years with a 103-90 triumph against Boston Celtics.
Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry was named MVP of the Finals after averaging 31.2 points per game in six matches.
It’s not surprising that the Warriors, who pioneered 3-point aiming, put on a show from that range.
Warriors hit 16 3s on 53.3% throwing midway through the third period.
Every Warriors beginning, notably Draymond Green, made at least two 3-pointers, with Curry leading the way. Jordan Poole got three threes off the substitute, and Andrew Wiggins scored four.
The Celtics were outscored by 23 giveaways the length of the court and never drew near than 8 points. Curry made a 3-pointer with 3:17 left to give the Warriors a 96-81 advantage.
Celtics finished just 4-6 on their homecourt advantage the length of the field after sweeping the Brooklyn Nets during the first round of the postseason.