Game 6 of the NBA Finals between the Boston Celtics and the Golden State Warriors is scheduled for 06/16 09:00 PM EST to take place at the TD Garden. The Celtics will have the home crowd support and will do everything within their powers to extend the series to game 7, but it was the Warriors who triumphed in the last meeting in Boston and if they achieve another dub will be crowned as the new NBA Champions.
Boston Celtics vs Golden State Warriors Head to Head
Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final
Both teams last met on Monday, when Golden State Warriors recorded a 104-94 win over Boston Celtics on home floor. Andrew Wiggins tormented the Celtics whenever on the court, ending as the Golden State Warriors top performer on the night, scoring 26 points, delivering 2 final passes and grabbing 13 rebounds. Jayson Tatum had the leading role for Boston, ending the game with 27 pts, 4 assists and 10 rebounds, but obviously his exploits were not enough to secure the win. Golden State Warriors are having the upper hand across the most recent five games against Boston Celtics enjoying 3 triumphs, while losing twice. These five match-ups finished with an average of 208.2 pts.
*Last 5 head-to-head games
Boston Celtics Form
06-13-2022 06-10-2022 06-08-2022 06-05-2022 06-02-2022 05-29-2022 05-27-2022 05-25-2022 05-23-2022 05-21-2022 104:94@ Golden State Warriors 97:107vs Golden State Warriors 116:100vs Golden State Warriors 107:88@ Golden State Warriors 108:120@ Golden State Warriors 96:100@ Miami Heat 103:111vs Miami Heat 80:93@ Miami Heat 102:82vs Miami Heat 103:109vs Miami Heat
The Celtics are now on the backfoot in the NBA finals, after losing two consecutive meetings, the most recent of which on 06/13 when falling 104-94 down to the Golden State Warriors on the road. The Celtics’ main contributor in that clash was Jayson Tatum who ended notching 27 points, assisting 4 times and grabbing 10 rebounds. As a team the finished the match averaging 41.3% field goals, 67.7% from the foul line and 34.4% three pointers. Once again the Celtics turned the ball over too many times, ending with a total of 18 for the night, but at least they outrebounded the Warriors 47-39. The franchise is having a 5-5 record across its last ten showings and is currently on a run of L2. If Boston wins then the decisive game 7 will be played on 06-19-2022.
always in attack mode 💪🏾 pic.twitter.com/KYvFtLLb97
— Boston Celtics (@celtics) June 14, 2022
Boston Celtics Averages this Season
- Points For111.80
- Points Against104.50
- Points Difference7.30
Field Goal Percentage
Free Throw Percentage
Boston Celtics Standout Performer
The Celtics' main contributor in the post-season has been Jayson Tatum with 26.3 points, 6.2 assists and 6.5 boards for an average of 40.8 minutes on the court.
Golden State Warriors Form
06-13-2022 06-10-2022 06-08-2022 06-05-2022 06-02-2022 05-26-2022 05-24-2022 05-22-2022 05-20-2022 05-18-2022 104:94vs Boston Celtics 97:107@ Boston Celtics 116:100@ Boston Celtics 107:88vs Boston Celtics 108:120vs Boston Celtics 120:110vs Dallas Mavericks 119:109@ Dallas Mavericks 100:109@ Dallas Mavericks 126:117vs Dallas Mavericks 112:87vs Dallas Mavericks
Golden State Warriors cruised past the Boston Celtics, winning 104-94 on Monday, 13th of June at home. 26 points, 2 assists and 13 rebounds for 43 minutes were enough for Andrew Wiggins to lead and be the Warriors’ most valuable player. After dropping 43 points in the previous meeting, this time Steph Curry had an off-night and scored just 16 on a historical low 0-of-9 shooting from distance. Golden State as a whole shot a decent 46.6% field goals, a remarkable 86.7% free throws and 22.5% from long range. The team’s balance across the most recent ten encounters stands at 7-3 and the franchise is on a W2 streak at the moment.
20 Finals victories from Steph, Klay, and Dray.
The most by any trio since '88.
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 14, 2022
Golden State Warriors Averages This Season
- Points For111.00
- Points Against105.50
- Points Difference5.50
Field Goal Percentage
Free Throw Percentage
Golden State Warriors Standout Performer
Stephen Curry has been the organization's star performer during the playoff run, averaging 26.8 points. He stays 34.0 minutes on court, helps with 5.8 final passes and catches 4.9 rebounds.
Field Goals Made3438
Field Goals Attempts8092
3 pts Made1119
3 pts Attempts2846
Free Throws Made118
Free Throws Attempts128
Golden State Warriors
|Gary Payton II||20||2||6||33.3||0||2||0.0||2||2||100.0||1||2||3||2||3||1||1||5||6||+18|
|Otto Porter Jr.||13||2||3||66.7||2||3||66.7||0||0||0||0||1||1||0||0||0||0||0||6||+3|