The NBA Finals could end on Thursday if the Golden State Warriors get another win at the TD Garden in Boston against the Celtics.

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Golden State has struggled to end the road streak this postseason. According to Sportzshala statistics and information, the Warriors are 0-3 this season when they have a chance to end the streak away from the Chase Center. The Celtics have had the opposite experience: This postseason is 3-0 in elimination games.

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However, history favors teams leading 3-2 ahead of the sixth game. These teams have won the series 81% of the time (39 out of 48 times). The last team to cut 3-2 was the Warriors against the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016. If the Warriors win, it will be their fourth championship in eight seasons, the first since the Chicago Bulls (1991). up to 98 years).

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Fans from TD Garden brought the energy to Games 3 and 4, so expect Game 6 to be even more fun.

Here are some of the best scenes from Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

Dancing to the music

The Warriors have continued their road tradition of playing music during shootouts or before games from artists who hail from the city they play in. went solo.

So when the media was allowed to get involved in Thursday morning shootouts, Steph Curry filmed Johnny Gill’s smooth vocals and his classic slow jam “My, My, My.” However, they didn’t use the 18-minute live version of Gill’s “My, My, My”, which is incredible (look!)

Celtics alert: During the Warriors’ previous shootout here in Boston before Game 4, Curry fired at the New Edition of “Can You Stand the Rain.” And sure enough, he exploded with 43 points and 10 rebounds later that night.

After Steph fired “My, My, My,” New Edition’s most famous member, Bobby Brown, blasted out of the speakers with his hit “My Prerogative.” Oddly enough, Draymond Green – Public Enemy #1 here in Boston – started to tune in, especially when the lyric “They say I’m crazy… I don’t care” came up. — Ohm Young Misuk

Game 6 Clay?

Klay Thompson has made a name for himself in his sixth playoff games in his career. Teammate Jordan Poole supported another standout performance (hopefully) by wearing a 2011 NBA Draft T-shirt featuring Thompson.

Eyes on the prize

Stephen Curry recognizes a good championship trophy when he sees it, as he was inspecting the US Open trophy during practice Wednesday before Game 6.