Golden State Warriors Vs Boston Celtics: For the first time in the playoffs, the Celtics dropped their second game in a row.

Jun 14, 2022By chetan

The Celtics have taken a lot of hits in the playoffs. They were able to overcome their injuries. They were defeated in games. They walked to the edge of the cliff and gazed over into the offseason, but each time they were able to pull back and continue.

The Warriors struck the Celtics with a haymaker in Game 5 on Monday. The Celtics were hit by back to back opponents for the first time in the playoffs.For the first time in a postseason game, Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry failed to make a three point shot. 

Jayson Tatum had a nice shooting night after struggling with his shot throughout the series.

they were 7-0 following a setback. Steph Curry had a poor shooting night. The Celtics rallied from a 16 point deficit in the third quarter to take the lead. Despite this, the Warriors triumphed by double digits, with both teams' starters being sent to the bench in the final minutes

And, for the first time in a long time, the Celtics not only didn't lose to the Warriors in the third quarter, but really outplayed them.

But, after all of that, the Celtics were left with a sense of remorse, as they scored five points in the opening eight minutes of the fourth quarter and watched Golden State pull away for a 104 - 94 victory, giving the Warriors a chance to wrap up the series at TD Garden on Thursday night.

We're obviously disappointed after such a strong third to come out in the fourth and not execute as well as we needed to "Al Horford stated the following.

"With our backs against the wall, now is the moment to face each other in the eyes and sort it out. We have a chance now. Gotta figure it out. There's no tomorrow for us."

Despite how badly the Celtics started the game, it appeared that there might be a tomorrow for Boston after Game 5. 

The Celtics spent the first minutes of Game 5 of the Finals moving around the court like it was a regular season game in February, rather than Game 5 of the Finals, as the Warriors came out of the gates like a house of fire, sending the Chase Center into one round of rapturous applause after another with their frenetic play.

Turnovers, Boston's defining metric in the postseason, raised their ugly head once more. The Celtics had 18 turnovers in Game 5, maintaining a trend that has seen them finish 14 - 2 in the playoffs when they have 15 or fewer, and 0 - 7 when they have 16 or more.

While many of them were a result of Golden State speeding the Celtics up and out of the rhythm that Boston is so successful at maintaining when it is at its best, they were also a result of Golden State speeding the Celtics up and out of the rhythm that Boston is so successful at maintaining when it is at its best.

"They deserve credit," Jaylen Brown remarked. "They're a fantastic defensive unit." Well behaved and disciplined. They've forced us to do something we clearly aren't good at. All we have to do now is keep recognising the game, seeing the game, and making in-game adjustments. When it comes down to it, take care of the ball.

Another game with an excessive number of turnovers. It came at a price."

It was also another game in which a Warrior outplayed Brown and Tatum. Brown had a bad night, scoring 18 points, grabbing nine rebounds, and dishing out four assists while shooting 5-for-18 from the field and 0-for-5 from 3-point range. Tatum, on the other hand, finally shot well, finishing 10-for-20 from the field and 5-for-9 from 3-point range, although he had four turnovers and went 1-for-5 in the fourth quarter, when it appeared he was tired in a game he played for 44 minutes.

When asked about Boston's fourth-quarter decline after pulling back into the game, Celtics coach Ime Udoka replied, "We rode them a little longer." "Fatigue could've had a role in that, whether it was physical or in some of the decision-making and turnovers." It was the hot hands that brought us back into the game.

After a disastrous first half in which Boston trailed by only 12 points, rather than the double-digit deficit they deserved, the Celtics flipped the script for the latest time in these playoffs by scoring the first 10 points of the second half and completely outplaying Golden State in the third quarter after being outscored by 49 points in that period in the first four games.

Golden State, on the other hand, scored eight points in the final 80 seconds of the third quarter to recover the lead heading into the fourth, and then outscored Boston 18-5 in the first eight minutes of the fourth quarter to put the game away — and send the Celtics to the verge of elimination.

While Golden State deserves credit for the Celtics' demise, it was also the latest example of how violently this Boston club swings back and forth, even within a game. The Celtics hit eight straight 3-pointers in a row after missing their first 12 attempts of the game, generating one clean look after another. And, as they tore the Warriors apart in the third quarter, they executed their game plan repeatedly and crisply.

However, Game 5 felt a little different as the Celtics crumbled. In the fourth quarter, a tired Jayson Tatum threw up airballs. At the worst possible time, Jaylen Brown appeared pent up.

If the Celtics force a Game 7, it will take an extraordinary amount of willpower.

Robert Williams stated, "We know what we need to do." "We've realized what we've been doing wrong. We've been here before, as you mentioned. "I have the most faith in everyone in that locker room."

The Celtics must now dig themselves out of yet another hole in order to hang Banner 18 in the TD Garden rafters.

"I ain't got no option," Brown said when asked why he is more confident than he has ever been in his team's chances of winning an NBA title following Monday's loss. "There isn't anything else we can do." It's either win or go home right now. To get to this point, we put in a lot of effort during the season. We are still capable of playing much better basketball than we have in the last two games, in my opinion.

"I'm hoping that we play Celtic basketball in the next two games and put our best foot forward like I know we can." I'm confident that the city will rally behind us. Game 6 is going to be a big one. I'm excited for it.


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