The 2022 NBA Finals Warriors are the champions

The Golden State Warriors have been confirmed as NBA champions after beating the Boston Celtics. Warrior has won six NBA titles in 1947, 1956, 1975, 2015, 2017, and 2018.

With seven titles, the Golden State Warriors are now ranked third in the list of the NBA's most successful teams.

In the first quarter, the Celtics appeared aggressive and managed to lead 12-2 and then the warriors rose and scored consecutive points. And made the warriors winning back 27-22 at the end of the first quarter. Then the warriors continued to be in control scoring 10 points in a row going further 37-22 at the start of the second quarter.

In the third and fourth quarters, the Boston Celtics actually tried to give resistance to the Warriors. However, the Boston Celtics still failed to turn things around and had to give up 90-103 at the end of the game.

And in this match Stephen Curry is the MVP of the 2022 NBA Finals, his performances are very consistent from the first game to the end in the sixth game, Curry scored 34 points, seven assists, and seven rebounds. This is the first time Stephen Curry has been named the NBA Finals MVP in his career.

Here is a breakdown of Curry's contribution to the Warriors throughout the 2022 NBA Finals: Game One: 34 points, 5 assists, 5 rebounds Game Two: 29 points, 4 assists, 6 rebounds Game Three: 31 points, 2 assists, 4 rebounds Game Five: 16 points , 8 assists, 4 rebounds Game Six: 34 points, 7 assists, 7 rebounds

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Cameron Norrie beats Reilly Opelka in the final

It was the 26-year-old's top seed, having lifted trophies at Indian Wells and Los Cabos in 2021.

Norrie failed to pick up any of her five break points but won both sets of tough matches in a tie-break with Opelka based at Delray Beach in Florida.

He is the first left hander to win the tournament since 2004.

"I really enjoyed my time on the court at Delray this week," said Norrie after winning in one hour 51 minutes.

"You move great. You play great," he told the world number 20 Opelka. "I'm sure you'll be in the top 10 soon."

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