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Celtics 18-13 Warriors, 4:47, first quarter

Gary Payton II is back for a long time in line to clap from the home team. In the meantime, Grant Williams has been arguing and engaging in sexual misconduct, according to our officials.

Oh and Draymond received a scholarship.

Celtics 16-13 Warriors, 5:21, first quarter

Thompson, out of time, sends triplets. No problem, Mr. Brown misses three points badly. Here comes Boston’s worst change, this is on Marcus Smart. The two teams are starting to bring their bench right now: Grant Williams and Derrick White are in the game now.

Thompson finally hits an important basket here to make three games.

The good news is that I can provide you with updates quickly and for free time. The bad news is that I will be at work for 30-45 minutes longer than Thursday.

The officials weren’t involved in Game 1. That was a good time.

— Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) June 6, 2022


The seniors were not in Game 1. This was a good time.

– Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) June 6, 2022

Celtics 16-11 Warriors, 6:47, first quarter

Tatum and Brown were summoned to testify repeatedly. We’ll see if this can affect the rest of the game. In the meantime, the Warriors are taking time to prepare for what they will do with the football they will have.

Celtics 16-11 Warriors, 7:01, first quarter

The Celtics make Curry work but he still gets close to the basket and hits the float. Tatum hits three points that the Warriors might want to answer: And Draymond does! He also makes and records the horror of Horford, but can’t connect with his freebie (which is not free).

Celtics 13-7 Warriors, 8:18, first quarter

Three clever attempts that would have forced the Warriors’ demise to end. Not so but Looney cuts the lead to six points on the other side.

Celtics 13-5 Warriors, 9:06, first quarter

Brown tries one from the same spot and hits it but Looney dunks to stop the Celtics running. Tatum then finds his original game points. Brown is in charge of the basket, making the shot as well as recording shots on Wiggins. He makes his free throw.

Celtics 5-3 Warriors, 10:26, first quarter

The Celtics have recaptured the ball but the Warriors forced Robert Williams out. Wiggins gets a first for the Warriors but Jaylen Brown responds with a three-pointer. Smart then adds to the Celtics ’original lead with a jumper.

Open Instructions

Celtics 0-0 Warriors, 11:45, first quarter

And off we went! The Celtics won the opening goal, taking the ball to Marcus Smart, who was immediately tied with Draymond Green for another jump.

Posting this tweet is all I can say about this, because I want to look at basketball.

National anthem

Cee-Lo Green sings National Anthem. More about “cultural restraint.”

I have no doubt about this.

The pregame montage is on the Warriors: the story has changed for them as whose list is on the line. The Celtics, on the other hand, have done their job to ensure the division of the road, so that all the challenges are on the Warriors.

Surprisingly, that’s why I have a Golden State, I can’t believe Boston is starting to feel better, and that’s when he starts making unintended mistakes … wait, am I going to explain myself here again?

Hopefully, I have recovered from my experience by accident during the forthcoming Open Technology.

Note, the coats that the Celtics and Warriors wore in the heat were not only platitudes, they had links to appropriate agencies.

These are the shirts that Steve Kerr and Ime Udoka were wearing before the game. All the information currently on the Jumbotron here at Chase…

— Sean Grande (@SeanGrandePBP) June 5, 2022


These are the shirts that Steve Kerr and Ime Udoka wore before the game. More information on Jumbotron here in Chase…

Sean Grande (@SeanGrandePBP) June 5, 2022

The first team of the Golden State Warriors

Steph CurryG

Klay Thompson, G / F

Draymond Green, F / C

Kevon Looney, C

Andrew Wiggins, F

Boston Celtics beginner

Jayson Tatum, G / F

Jaylen Brown, G / F

Marcus Smart, G

Al Horford, F / C

Robert Williams III, F / C

Stephen A. Smith sang! This is your story for this game show.

Quick “in the league” news: Quin Snyder has resigned as Utah Jazz coaches, saying the team needs new blood. He is probably right, because the team is probably too late to redesign.

It’s funny that they waited until the Los Angeles Lakers hired their head coach before the announcement. Of course, they would like at least some communication.


I won one by two Celtics on the way to starting the series, so in the end, I think I’ll be here somehow. In fact, I made them win the game first, not Game 1. So, in detail, I was wr-wr-wrong the first time. Anything that will come out in the laundry.

In order for my prediction to be true, I have to predict that the Warriors will win today to complete the series. Probably the Warriors 101-98 Boston Celtics. Yes, I have this one coming to the wire.

Yes, this is how my brain works. No, I have no real basketball controversy over the word except the “vibes” (and that the Celtics had a problem, oh, not too high after winning so much this postseason). This just sounds like a long, confusing list of not only comparing any negative consequences that can lead to as many issues as you can. This is my personal prediction, you can email or tweet @HunterFelt is your prediction and we include it here as we go to the Opening Tips.

Pregame Wear

Both the Celtics and Warriors wore orange shirts before the game with “End Gun Violence” messages. Good hands and always good to see two teams coming together soon before giving a few hours to destroy each other.

“Awareness and change needs to happen,” says Celtics coach Ime Udoka, commenting on both teams wearing the “End Gun Violence” shirt. #nbafinals

— Alisha Miller (@alisha_m_miller) June 5, 2022


There is a show called “The Final Straw” that ABC is doing now (produced by Peyton Manning) and … this is just Jenga: The Television Show?

injury report

Bad news in the Golden State. Game 1 showed a clean injury (although Sam Hauser of Boston finished the game, even if the benches were removed), but Game 2 did not. A few hours ago it was announced that former soldier Andre Iguodala had come out with a swollen knee. He has been a short-term player for the Warriors, but he could have helped and the Warriors would have liked to have found him more than ever.

But the good news is much more than evil. After his sudden appearance in Game 1, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has said Gary Payton II should be available to play on the bench tonight. The son of the defensive whiz Gary “The Glove” Payton (if you want to get old), Payton II (pronounced “The Mitten”) has been an important part of the relaunch of the Warriors this season.


You can’t predict basketball. When the Golden State Warriors made a 12-point-quarter lead over the Boston Celtics, I predicted: “So, can Boston make a 12-point deficit? Impossible, but Tatum needs a big game and the defense has to be flawless.”

Well, I was right. The Celtics were supposed to play a flawless defense, having the most serious mistake in the Western Conference with just 16 points, but Tatum has not scored a single point since. Instead, he only got 12 points on Thursday, the same amount he helped (credit Tatum for not allowing the shooting night to prevent him from supporting his team in other ways).

As a result, the Warriors lost a two-digit lead late at home, the day they did all they could to find the best player for their opponent. Now they are down 0-1 in the NBA Finals where almost everyone (including this writer) liked them. This means that today’s Game 2 is the biggest game ever since Kevin Durant is still on the line.

As a result, they come back tonight with a big win or the Celtics can boost their impressive Game 1 victory and take part in the 2022 NBA season. I have my predictions, but I’ll wait and see if you can figure out what they could be. Let me just say that this postseason is like the last season of “Well Call Saul”. It doesn’t go the way any of us thinks.

What you can say is that we will use your thoughts, questions and / or concerns about this blog. You can email them to or email them @HunterFelt and we’ll put them in every game today. It is Game 2 of the 2022 NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and the Golden State Warriors at San Francisco’s Chase Center. The launch features are set to sometime at 8:00 pm EST but we will be back with some updates, predictions and distractions from time to time.

Hunter will be here soon. So far, there are several suggestions on Game 1:

Sometimes it can be hard to find the right words, whether they are competing in the National Spelling Bee or Thursday night some high-profile, fast-paced, first-legged NBA finals.

Al Horford kept it simple. No high-pitched words, no coercive meaning. “My boys found me tonight and I knocked them down,” Horford told ABC after taking part in the Boston Celtics 120-108 victory over the Golden State Warriors. “So much fun.”

The competition that started with Stephen Curry’s three-point overtime performance ended with a spectacular Horford show scoring from a distance and encouraging his teammates to do the same as he rolled the 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter.

The 15-year-old NBA midfielder, who made his final game just before his 36th birthday, Horford scored for the Celtics by 26 points, plus 6 three points. mu the most connected part in NBA history last season, the Celtics were numerous at the end, drowning seven points in a row to go 9 to 12.

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