NBA Finals 2022: Best sights and sound from Warriors-Celtics’ Game 6

The NBA Finals could conclude Thursday if there is no rain. Golden State Warriors You can win another victory at the TD Garden in Boston, against the Celtics.

Golden State has had a difficult time closing out series on the road in this postseason. According to ESPN Stats & Information, the Warriors are 0-3 this season when they have a chance to end a series away from the Chase Center. The Celtics are having the opposite experience with a 3-0 record in eliminations games this postseason.

However, history favors the teams that lead 3-2 going into Game 6. Those teams have won the series 81% (8 of 48 times). Last team to blow a lead of 3-2 was the Warriors against. Cleveland Cavaliers In 2016. In 2016, the Warriors would win their fourth title in eight seasons. This is the first time this has happened since the Chicago Bulls (1991-1998).

Fans at TD Garden brought energy to Games 3 and 4. Expect even more raucousness for a win or go home Game 6.

These are some of our favorite scenes from Game 6 in the NBA Finals.

Dance to the music

The Warriors continue their road tradition of playing music at their shootaround, or pregame by artists from the area they are playing in. Golden State's shootaround playlist also featured Boston's New Edition, as well as members of the group that famously went solo.

Steph Curry shot to Johnny Gill's smooth vocals and the slow-mo “My, My. My” when she was allowed to shoot around on Thursday morning. However, they didn't go with Gill’s live 18-minute version of “My, My, My”, which is amazing (look it up!)

Warning to the Celtics: Curry performed New Edition's “Can You Stand the Rain” during the Warriors shootaround here in Boston. He went on to score 43 points and grab 10 rebounds that night.

Steph danced to “My, My, My,” and then the speakers blast Bobby Brown's hit “My Prerogative” from New Edition. Draymond Green — Public Enemy Number. Draymond Green — Public Enemy No. 1 in Boston — began to groove to it, especially when the lyrics “They say they're crazy…” came on. “I really don't know” was the next track. — Ohm Youngmisuk

Game 6 Klay?

Klay Thompson He has been a successful player in playoff Game 6s all his life. Teammate Jordan Poole Supporting another great performance (hopefully), Thompson wore a 2011 NBA Draft shirt.

Eyes on the prize

Stephen Curry He knows a good championship trophy when he sees it, as he demonstrated Wednesday morning by inspecting the U.S. Open trophy before Game 6.

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