Draymond Green helps Golden State Warriors adjust their attitude in dominant Game 2 victory

SAN FRANCISCO — Just eleven seconds into Game 2 in the NBA Finals. Draymond Green tied up Al Horford Force a jumpball before the Golden State Warriors Forced a turnover

Green wanted to send a message and not to the recipient. Boston Celtics But one to his own team. Green set the tone by harassing Celtics players and talking a lot of trash. He gave the Warriors the “attitude adjustment” they needed to win the series. 107-88 Game 2 win Sunday, Chase Center

Stephen Curry Scored 29 points Jordan Poole Golden State won the third quarter by scoring 17 points.

Green stated that it was a change in attitude.

“They are exactly what they said they were. So we knew that we had to keep the pedal on the gas and not let go.

The Warriors held the Celtics to just 37.5% shooting in game 2. One game after Boston had made 9 of 12 3 pointers in the fourth period to win Game 1. While Jayson Tatum Golden State had Tatum's supporting cast and Tatum hit 6 of 9 3-pointers.

Horford, Marcus Smart And Derrick White Together, they shot just 6-for-23 on the field in Game 2. The Boston trio shot 15-for-23 in Game 1 from 3-point range.

Green was chosen to defend the Warriors' position, but they made some adjustments. Jaylen Brown And Klay Thompson Horford was the first to start. Horford was held to just two points by Brown, who shot 5-for-17.

Green said that “Guys will follow me on that side” when he set the tone defensively. “If I don't send a message who is?

Curry claimed that Green set the tone for the Warriors just minutes after Game 1's 120-108 defeat. Curry answered when Curry knew that he would see a more energized Green Sunday. It was about five minutes after Game 1. That was all I needed to hear and see.

Steve Kerr, Warriors coach, said that everyone seemed more engaged after Sunday's contest. It was obvious that our physicality and force were increased quite a bit.

At halftime, the Warriors led 52-50. The Warriors outscored Boston 35-14 at halftime and led 93-64 in the third quarter. They would extend their lead to 9364 with just 10:45 remaining in the fourth.

Curry scored 14 points in the third quarter. He hit three treys and also took Green's lead.

Kerr stated that Steph was “amazing” in that quarter. “Not just the shot making, but the defensive effort.”

Poole, who was held to nine point in Game 1, hit two 3-pointers in the last 30 seconds of the third quarter. One, a 39-footer, came two steps beyond the half-court line near the Chase Center logo.

Curry stated that Curry's statement was “clearly a big shot to get people involved in it.” Curry said, “That was a real dagger for that fantastic third quarter that we had.”

The Warriors are now heading to Boston with a “great mental space,” Green stated, and the confidence that they know how to win on the road during the playoffs.

Golden State has won at most one road game in a NBA record 26 consecutive postseason series.

Green was credited with finishing the series with nine points and seven assists. He also had five rebounds. “We have not yet taken control of the series. We have placed ourselves in a position to take it over.

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