Stephen Curry’s Warriors, Hegemonic


A San Francisco point guard demonstration made it 4-2 against the Celtics, giving Steve Kerr’s team their fourth championship ring in eight seasons

The Golden State Warriors are the new NBA champions after beating the Boston Celtics in six games, who started higher in the standings, but after losing three games in a row, they are saying goodbye to the Larry O’Brien trophy. With this win, the Bay team culminates in a dynasty that began in 2015, which places them third in the rankings of the most successful teams, right behind the Lakers and Boston Celtics.

This ring also assumes for Stephen Curry the first MVP of the final, the highest individual accolade among the players who contest it. With an average of 27.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 5.9 assists, the player takes the coveted trophy that has eluded him in the previous three championships.

Another major protagonist in this latest game is striker Andrew Wiggins, who has given a recital on both sides of the field and managed to unclog the team at certain points and stop the Celtics attack. The Boston one showed problems in the face of the basket, despite a superb defensive play that wasn’t enough against the Golden State schedule. Ime Udoka’s team went into battle, but the Warriors’ slate surpassed the talent of Jayson Tatum or Jaylen Brown.

Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and their coach, Steve Kerr, increase their extensive ring collection and cement their place in the Olympus of American basketball, while their star is at the level of the best in history.

Source: La Verdad


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