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Warriors Star sends a powerful message to the Celtics ahead of Match 5

Getty Images Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors battles for the spot with Jason Tatum of the Boston Celtics.

Stephen Curry knows he’ll be chased by the Boston Celtics in Game 5, but he’ll be ready for it when he wants to lead the Golden State Warriors to the series leader in the NBA Finals.

Curry averages 34.3 points per game and shoots nearly 50% of the field and a 3-point range during the series. Curry knows the Celtics will throw everything they have in Game Five at him, but he doesn’t worry.

“I think I’ll be ready for that. We’ll be ready for that no matter what,” Curry told reporters after Sunday’s training. matches. Understand how they react to losers.”

The Celtics are leading this season 7-0 after their defeat, the Warriors 6-0. Golden State hopes to break the idyllic Celtics mark and head to Boston with a chance of closing.

“It was one of the biggest points of the series – two great teams that know how to respond and how to win on other people’s buildings,” Curry said. “They have shown it and we have shown it. We have to be ready for that answer and hopefully we can deliver the first blow tomorrow.”

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Curry put the Warriors on his back and achieved his masterpiece in Game 4 when he scored 43 points with 10 rebounds and 4 assists. He enjoyed watching the tape in preparation for Key Game 5.

“That’s cool. You’re watching a movie, and there are a lot of different emotions because you usually know the outcome of a match,” Carey said. “Whether you play well on your own or not, you always know what happens at the end. It’s like watching the end of a movie. It’s always good to know that a movie ends on a great note.

“But I think it’s more about balancing out what worked and trying to understand those patterns so that you can replicate it in the next match. He can anticipate some tweaks that might happen. Try to slow it down and try to stay one step ahead of it.”

The Celtics threw everything at Curry, but he only needs a small space to shoot. Defensive Player of the Year has not discouraged Marcus Smart and is looking to try and slow the two-time best player.

It’s basketball. had become. “We let it happen, but it happened,” Smart told reporters on Sunday. Tomorrow we have the opportunity to go out and make up for it. That’s it. He had a great game. You throw his hat. He is a great player. But it’s only one match and we’re moving on to the next.”

“We have a chance to go out tomorrow and catch up with her.”

Marcus Smart is in a defensive mindset after Steve Curry lost 43 points in the fourth game

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Warriors feel they have a lot in the tank

The Warriors played their sixth final in eight years and Curry doesn’t see their success slowing down anytime soon. Curry is 34 and fellow racer Klay Thompson is 32, but has fewer miles after losing 941 days to a ruptured ACL and Achilles.

“It’s just the work you put in. You know Clay, especially the fact that he was on a minute cut for a month or so and slowly increased it every few weeks before the playoffs, and then he was so proud of himself when he topped the 40 minutes for the first time in a regular season game Carrie said. “Of course we’re only worried about it now, but we definitely feel like we have a lot in the tank.”

The Warriors are a 3.5-point favorite in a 5 home game against the Celtics.