Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors Game 5 Predictions

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The tides turned. Now, it is the Golden State Warriors riding the momentum towards Chase Center in the Bay area in San Francisco. The Boston vs Golden State Game 5 predictions are in favor of the Warriors as well. Moreover, the Dubs nation will push hard for their team to win this match.

Boston vs Golden State Game 5 Predictions

The Boston Celtics had the opportunity to take control of Game 4, but Stephen Curry was just too much. Firstly, Boston is one of the best defensive teams in the league, yet Curry managed to elude the defensive containment; he just peppered them with his shooting from beyond the arc. Secondly, the Celtics succeeded in their defense over the other warriors but not this splash brother.

Stephen Curry went on to score 43 points and pulled 10 rebounds to lead Golden State to victory. And lastly, they had Draymond Green on a leash with just 2 points. Nevertheless, Green hauled 8 boards and 8 dimes to pitch in the Dubs’ win.

Meanwhile, The Celtics had Jayson Tatum leading with  26.9 ppg followed by Jaylen Brown with 23.6 ppg.

The Curry Flurry Domination of Game 4

Golden State PG Stephen Curry unleashed his dominance in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. As a result, the series is now tied at 2-2 and sent Game 5 back to the Golden City in the Bay Area. The foot injury he sustained in Game 3 did not hamper his point-making prowess.

Boston led by four points in the fourth quarter, but Curry’s flurry added a couple of shots in the 10-0 run. The surge turned the Celtic’s edge into a 100-94 Warriors lead. They never looked back.

The Celtics vs Warriors Predictions

The Golden State Warriors have now the edge to take the lead back home at Chase Center. The Dubs come to this game as 3.5-point favorites. The home crowd is a tough ally of the Warriors; certainly, the Celtics will face this huge challenge from the Golden State fans.

Boston is a winning team away from home but they will be dealing with Curry who’s on a winning momentum from Game 4. The dynamic point guard of the Dubs’ nation carried Golden State throughout the game on a bad leg. He is the only Warrior who scored over 18 points in the 4th game of the best of seven series.

The Golden State Warriors will take over Game 5 to take the lead in the NBA Finals.

Game 5 of the 2022 NBA Finals Starting Time: 9:00 p.m., Monday, June 13, 2022 ET at Chase Center in San Francisco.