The Boston Celtics are two wins from their 18th NBA Finals title after their Game 3 victory in Boston’s first home Finals appearance in 12 years.
Stephen Curry’s ankle will be of particular interest in tonight’s game. Curry is averaging 31.1 points per contest in the NBA Finals, but he came up lame after Al Horford landed on his ankle during a scrum for a lost ball with under five to play in Wednesday night’s loss.
Curry told reporters he would be playing tonight, which is no surprise. Steve Kerr said that Curry went through warm-ups this afternoon and was feeling fine. Kerr doesn’t expect Curry to have any restrictions tonight.
"Something special is going on in Boston."
— NBA (@NBA) June 10, 2022
Broadcast Info & Game/Series Details
Tip: 8:00 PM (CT)
Location: TD Garden, Boston, Ma.
Series: BOS leads 2-1
Odds: BOS -4, O/U 213.5
1. Marcus Smart
2. Jaylen Brown
3. Jayson Tatum
4. Al Horford
5. Robert Williams III
Injury Report: Robert Williams III DTD (knee)
Golden State Warriors
1. Stephen Curry
2. Klay Thompson
3. Andrew Wiggins
4. Draymond Green
5. Kevon Looney
Injury Report: Gary Payton II DTD (elbow), Andre Iguodala QST (neck), Otto Porter Jr. DTD (foot), James Wiseman OUT (knee)
Jaylen Brown is delivering: https://t.co/O39fzwG0Gd
— Rob Mahoney (@RobMahoney) June 10, 2022
— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) June 9, 2022
I wrote about how Stephen Curry’s lack of Finals MVPs is our failing and not hishttps://t.co/fn6Yvf7RwM
— i. adan (@Imman_Adan) June 9, 2022