The Boston Celtics are the proud owners of a 1-0 series lead against the might Golden State Warriors in the 2022 NBA Finals with a 120-108 victory over the Dubs on the road at Chase Center with huge games from veteran big man Al Horford (26 points, 6 rebounds), star forward Jaylen Brown (24 points, 5 boards), and reserve guard Derrick White (21 points, 3 assists).
With the win, the Celtics will enter Game 2 against Golden State from a position of strength, having stolen home court advantage with a solid game of all-around team basketball. The Celtics fell behind by as much as 15 points only to respond with one of the biggest fourth-quarter offensive performances in NBA history to steal the win.
If you missed the game or just want to see the impressive Boston win again, check out the clip embedded below to see the Celtics handle a very dangerous Golden State team.
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