Warriors vs Celtics live stream: How to watch NBA Finals game 6 online right now
It’s game time and the Warriors vs Celtics live stream delivers game 6 of the NBA Finals — which may close the door on the postseason. And while Boston shows up with a lack of momentum, they can't think about anything but winning tonight.
As the game 5 NBA Playoffs live stream showed us, the Celtics could not follow the game 4 loss with a win — breaking their streak of wins following losses this post-season.
The big star for the Warriors in game 5 was Andrew Wiggins, whose post-season has been a palate cleanser from his history. Wiggins, who has demolished Jayson Tatum on defense, posted a double-double, with 26 points and 13 rebounds in game 5. Oh, and then he sealed the game with a dunk over Derrick Wright.
Speaking of Tatum, while his 27 points did lead the Celtics, his fourth quarter was a sad state of affairs. He missed four of five shots in the final frame, and posted a record nobody wants to have: most turnovers in a single post-season.
Boston is likely most upset because Golden State beat them without a strong performance from its golden child: Steph Curry only contributed 16 points to the overall total. If the rest of the Warriors can lift this team up to win, with a middling performance from Curry? That's not good for Boston's chances of forcing a game 7.
The Celtics kept making mistake after mistake — with 10 missed free throws and 18 turnovers — and they're likely hoping that their hometown crowd can push them to be the better version of themselves.
But the bettors think this series could go the distance — and these numbers have stayed pretty similar since game 5. Per DraftKings Sportsbook, the Celtics are the current 4-point favorite with a -175 moneyline (wager $175 to win $100).
Golden State is an underdog at +150, so you wager $100 to win $150. The over/under is 210 points. Here's everything you need to know to watch the Warriors vs Celtics live stream.
How to watch Warriors vs Celtics live streams from anywhere on Earth
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Celtics vs. Warriors score, takeaways: Stephen Curry erupts for 43 points as Golden State evens series at 2-2
Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics was essentially a heavyweight brawl for 48 minutes with both sides landing big blows throughout. However, in the end, it was Stephen Curry and the Warriors who made just enough plays to come away with a 107-97 victory to even this series at 2-2 and keep their championship aspirations alive.
Curry was fantastic for Golden State finishing with a game-high 43 points to go along with 10 rebounds but he was far from the only Warriors player to step up in a big way when the team needed it the most as Andrew Wiggins had a monster game of his own with 17 points and 16 rebounds. Klay Thompson and Jordan Poole also did their part combining for 32 points.
On the other end of the spectrum, Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown led the charge for Boston but their respective efforts weren't enough for the Celtics to match Curry's massive night.
With the Warriors' win, Game 5 on Monday night at Chase Center should be as intense as any game we've seen this postseason.
Here are three key takeaways from the game: