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Warriors Put on Show for Home Crowd, Beating Celtics 104-94 in Game 5

Written by Nick VeroninPublished Jun. 13, 2022 • 9:23pm
Cameron Park and Sam Ehrenberg cheer in the 2nd quarter of the Warriors’ game against the Boston Celtics. The Warriors won 104-94. | Paul Kuroda/The Standard

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After carrying the Golden State Warriors to victory in Game 4 on the road, Stephen Curry had a rough night Monday, missing all nine of his 3-point attempts at the Chase Center in Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics.

Still, the Dubs pulled out a convincing 10-point win for the home town crowd, as the shooting forward turned scored 26 points and pulled down 13 rebounds help lead his team to a 104-94 victory.

Even with Curry mostly silent and power forward Draymond Green fouling by the games end, a strong fourth quarter showing by the Warriors will certainly give the Celtics something to think about when they face their San Francisco rivals on June 16.

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