Stars commend Boston Celtics’ win in Game 1 and more scenes from the NBA Finals opener

After a thrilling NBA season, we finally reached the NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors They hope to win their fourth title since 2015. Boston Celtics They will be looking to claim their first title since 2008.

This Celtics team was brand new to the Finals. No one from Boston had ever played in a NBA Championship game prior to Game 1. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, Golden State's 123 games of Finals experience to Boston's zero games was the largest gap since the Chicago Bulls (134) vs. Utah Jazz (0) in 1997.

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However, Boston's inexperience at the NBA's largest stage was a pointless.

Golden State seemed to be in total control during most of this contest Stephen Curry Klay Thompson The final 12 minutes, however, were not as historic.

Boston led by 12 points at the start of the fourth quarter. Derrick White Al Horford to lead.

Horford was the leader of the team with 26 points in his first Finals appearance. Jaylen Brown White and White had respective point totals 24 and 21.

With the 120-108 Boston was the first team in NBA Finals History to win a game by two digits, after trailing by twice as many entering the final frame.

In the fourth quarter, the Celtics outscored Warriors 40-16 and finished the game with a 20-5 run. This caught the attentions of many stars, including long-time NBA star Mark Cuban. New England Patriots receiver Julian Edelman, Kevin Durant Alex Caruso.

Klay makes history

It is a sign that the Warriors are dangerous from beyond the arc. Klay Thompson passed LeBron James Second on the all time playoff 3-pointer list for the second quarter…and No. Steph Curry is his teammate.

Jay-Z enjoys the action

Musician, Roc Nations Sports founder and noted Brooklyn Nets Jay-Z, a fan, walked up to Chase Center for Game 1.

He thanked his team after the game. Jayson Tatum We are proud of our comeback win.

Curry Chef

Stephen Curry The series got off to a strong start with the first quarter. The Finals record for most 3-pointers per quarter is six.

Los Angeles Lakers Magic Johnson, legend, couldn’t help but admire Curry’s remarkable feat.

Ja Morant He was also a star to be noted for his rapid start.

Spike is in the house

Spike Lee, the famed director can be seen at the courthouse. New York Knicks games, but tonight, he's at Chase Center For Game 1.

Look stunning in eye-catching outfits

The fashion choices of a few players made a big impact before the game ended. Take Jayson Tatum He wore a multi-patterned suit coat on the pregame runway, for instance. His teammate Jaylen Brown A leather jacket was paired with graphic jeans.

Food and Drink

The Warriors went all out for refreshments at Chase Center Game 1. Fans could get chicken waffle cones, souvenir cups for beer or other drinks, Moet & Chandon champagne, black sturgeon caviar and a stone-fruit old fashioned cocktail. Some boxes contained popcorn bars and oyster bars.

The setting

Both teams chose to go with gold in the series opener.

Boston used the color in a complementary fashion, adding a Finals logo to its jerseys. Golden State, however, continued to follow its “Gold Blooded”, postseason theme with Tshirts.

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