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Warriors’ seven-time NBA champion Stephen Curry named career’s first Finals MVP – Xinhua English.news.cn

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Original title: Warriors’ seven-time NBA champion Stephen Curry named Finals Most Valuable Player

Xinhua| champion. Warriors star Stephen Curry was named the Finals Most Valuable Player (FMVP) for the first time in his career.

The game was moved to the Celtics’ home court. At the beginning of the game, the Warriors did not feel well. The team suddenly fired from the outside at the end of the first quarter. Green, Curry, and Poole successively hit three-pointers, leading the team to score a climax of 11:0 and overtake the score. At the end of the first quarter, the Warriors led 27:22.

In the second quarter, the situation on the field changed suddenly. The Celtics attacked many times to no avail, while the Warriors blossomed more and quickly established a 15-point lead. Then the Celtics adjusted in time and immediately responded to the attack wave of 7:0. Unfortunately, there were too many mistakes at the critical moment, and the Warriors scored a climax again. At the end of the half, the Warriors led 54:39.

Changing sides to fight again, the Warriors’ perimeter was fully opened, Curry and Porter hit three-pointers in a row, helping the team expand the lead to 22 points, but the Celtics never gave up chasing points, relying on Horford’s “2+1” “And Brown’s score, three quarters ended with 66:76 behind.

In the last quarter of the game, the two sides had each other’s offense and defense. Williams scored “2+1”, Brown hit a three-pointer, and the Celtics approached the difference to 8 points, but the Celtics never solved the problem of mistakes. In the end, the Warriors won the championship with a 103-90 victory over the Celtics. This is also the seventh time the Warriors have won the championship.

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In this campaign, the Warriors’ Curry scored 34 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists, Wiggins contributed 18 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists, and Poole scored 15 points. The Celtics’ Brown scored 34 points, 7 rebounds and 3 assists, Horford scored 19 points and 14 rebounds, and star Tatum scored only 13 points, but sent 5 turnovers.

“We figured out a way to win a championship,” Curry said after the game. “It’s part of the championship heritage, our experience and so on… We spent 10 to 11 years building it. When you get to this stage , which means a lot.”

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