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NBA Final: Boston Revs Up in The Final Quarter :: Furious Start To The Finals :: Celtics Turn 15 Points Behind Against Warriors

The Boston Celtics defeated the Golden State Warriors in Game One of the NBA Finals. A furious final quarter was decisive.

The Celtics inflicted the Warriors' first home playoff loss of the season at 120-108 on Thursday night (local time), giving them an unexpected early advantage en route to the championship they had hoped for. A 17-0 run by Daniel Theis' team, who was on the floor for six minutes and sunk a three, calmed the Chase Center in the last quarter after the hosts had already led by 15 points.

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"They played a hell of a fourth quarter, you have to give them credit. It's as simple as that," said Golden State coach Steve Kerr.

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In the Warriors, offensive superstar Steph Curry in particular showed a good performance, with 34 points he scored the most points. The Celtics distributed their successful throws to many more players, in the end five of the nine mostly used professionals scored at least twelve points. The 36-year-old Al Horford scored the most with 26 points in the first final game of his career.

The Celtics are aiming for their first title since 2008 and would then be the sole record champions in the NBA again with 18 wins ahead of the Los Angeles Lakers. Theis would also only be the second German after Dirk Nowitzki to win the title. Now I'm part of it and have the chance to achieve something big,"

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