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    The NBA Finals are now tied 1-1 after the Golden State Warriors dominated Boston Celtics in Game 2.  Similar to Game 1, the Warriors took charge with a big third quarter but was able to finish the job in the fourth quarter. Stephen Curry finished the game with 29 points to help his team to a 107-88 point win. 

    After the match Steve Kerr said “I thought everybody was more engaged, … It’s pretty obvious. Just our level of force and physicality was ramped up quite a bit, and it had to be.” Jordan Poole scored 17 points for the Warriors, who outscored Boston 35-14 in the third quarter. This gave them a comfortable lead for the fourth quarter of the game. 

    For the Celtics, Jayson Tatum scored 21 of his 28 points in the first half. Jaylen Brown scored 17 points, and Derrick White scored 12. Just like in Game 1, this match was decided by a massive run by one team. In Game 1 the Celtics went on a 48-18 run in the second half to take the game. 

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