San Francisco - The Golden State Warriors return to the NBA final for the first time since 2019

Warriors Reach NBA Finals for 6th Time in 8 Years

And for the sixth time in the past eight years. The Warriors struck their ticket with their 120-110 victory against 

the Dallas Mavericks in match 5 in the semi-final of the West Conference Thursday evening.

Klay Thompson played his best match in the series, finishing with a 32 -point top on 12 shots on 25, including eight 3 points.

Golden State took control of the early match, building an 18-point lead in the second quarter-the biggest lead in

the first half for the Warriors and the largest deficit in the first half for the Mavericks in the playoffs.

Dallas carried out a race in the third, by ahead of the Warriors 15-2 in the last 3:51 of the quarter, reducing the deficit of 25 points of the Mavericks to seven.

But the beginning of the fourth quarter brought the Warriors their own little race to rebuild a comfortable lead, and

They were able to keep the mavericks at the length of the arm for the rest of the game.

The five starters of the Warriors finished two figures. In addition to the best offensive performances of Thompson in the series, 

Draymond Green had his best game of playoffs, finishing with 17 points on 6 shots out of 7 and nine assists. Andrew Wiggins added 18 points, 


While Kevon Looney had 10 and Stephen Curry scored 15.Match 5 on Thursday was also a window of the depth of the Warriors, 


While Kevon Looney had 10 and Stephen Curry scored 15.Match 5 on Thursday was also a window of the depth of the Warriors, 

Which was very necessary with Otto Porter Jr. put aside with a pain in the left foot. Nemanja Bjelica recorded 

First instead of carrying and instantly provided a solid defense, displaying a net note more-14 in his first 11-minute push.

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