Win or ‘go home’. It is an all or nothing. Is the first do-or-die game of the NBA Finals. Five tough matches have brought us here, to the return of the fight for the championship ring to one of the meccas of the basket sport. To the TD Garden in Boston. And here come the local warriors, the Celtics, with the aim of prolonging a final. Because they lived like Warriors traced back the series, snatched the field factor and returned the coin. The story has changed and has a possible ending if Stephen Curry and his people want.
Because yes, because the Warriors are back on their feet and are just one victory away from continuing to expand a magical dynasty. They have suffered, they have had to rely on the resurgence of figures like Andrew Wiggins or Jordan Poole, but they have prevailed and are close to glory. It would be the fourth ring of a legendary team. The fourth visit to the jewelry of the boys who changed basketball. Directed by a Stephen Curry who is once again the differential, key and maximum candidate for MVP if his team wins. His last visit to the Garden proved it, with an anthological performance.
It will be a clash of defenses and a clash of styles. On the one hand, the Celtics who will want to find JAylen Brown supporting Jayson Tatum. On the other, the Warriors need to continue to maintain their depth, raise the level of success of Curry who escaped in the fifth and to have a spectacular Wiggins again in both baskets. Also, if they get to a seventh… Nothing is certain. For all that and much more, it is an unmissable stop. A game that can go down in NBA history. We tell you, from now on, in MARK. Let’s start!