The Warriors are getting closer to the holy grail.

Steve Kerr's men got the better of the Celtics (104-94) at Chase Center.

Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson stood out and allowed Golden State to lead 3-2 in the NBA Finals.

One more victory and the title is assured.

It would be the 7th in franchise history and the 4th and eight years.

Enough to revive a golden dynasty that we thought was buried in 2019, after the failure against Toronto, during a final marked in particular by the serious injuries of Kevin Durant and… Klay Thompson.

The Celtics no longer have the right to make mistakes

If Boston manages to win on the other hand to tie the game at 3-3, a decisive seventh game, again in San Francisco on Sunday, will decide which team will be crowned.

The Celtics, who had not yet lost two consecutive games in these play-offs, back to the wall.

In search of a record 18th title, they will have to react Thursday in their TD Garden, to snatch a seventh decisive match.


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