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Stephen Curry scored 29 points as Jordan Poole hit a big third-quarter run from inside the midcourt. Golden State Warriors They beat Boston Celtics 107-88 in Game 2 on Sunday night, even in the NBA Finals.

The Pool finished with 17 points, beating the Boston 35-14 in the third quarter, turning the two-point half-time lead into a 23-point margin. When the Warriors scored from the fourth to six points, the Celtics waved the surrender flag and emptied their bench.

Golden State scored 12 runs from Kevon Looney in the 6-for-6 shootout and 11 runs each from Andrew Wiggins and Clay Thompson. Jason Todd scored 21 of his 28 points in the first half for Boston. Jaylan Brown added 17 for Celtic, but struggled with a 17-for-17 shooting night, with Derrick White scoring 12.

Like game 1, a big run determined everything. The Celtics scored 48-18 in the second half to determine the starting player; The Warriors did not wait long in the 2nd game, exploding 43-14 from the end of the first half until the beginning of the fourth quarter and turning the tie game into a runaway.

Curry finished third with 14 points and three of his five three-pointers in the quarter. Boston were 15 for 4 in the quarter, taking 3 for 21-6 and allowing the Warriors to turn five turnovers into 11 points.

At the end of the third quarter the pool gave the exclamation point, took the pass in the final seconds, tripled on the midcourt bar, creating space for himself and letting it fly. Gary greeted him with a smile and a hug, the fans at the Chase Center jumped on their feet – if they hadn’t already – and the result was decided right there.

For the first time, the crowd in the new building of the Warriors finally saw the appearance of the Celtics. Boston entered the Warriors’ three-year-old home 4-0, the only team to win the first four games on the field.

The Celtics bid to join only two teams, the 1993 Chicago Bulls and the 1995 Houston Rockets. Those bulls and rockets won the championship, and 31 of the previous 36 teams won 2-0.

Of course, Boston did not lose everything. The Celtics only need to win the rest of their home games against the Warriors, who have won at least one road game in the NBA-record 26 Series playoff series.

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