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Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry was on fire in the third quarter of Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics.
Curry nailed two straight threes against the Celtics and immediately pointed his finger to signal he was ready to get his fourth trinket.
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He hit a three that came off a Draymond Green screen, then stopped in front of Marcus Smart and Robert Williams and nailed a three from afar right in front of their faces.
Curry then addressed the celebratory crowd in the TD Garden, pointed to his ring finger and murmured, “Give me that damn ring.” He glared at Celtics fans before heading back to his bench to regroup during the time-out .
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Golden State held a 22-point lead with just over 6 minutes in the third quarter.
The Warriors were thriving for most of the game.
After a hot start from the Celtics, the Warriors ended the first quarter with a 25-8 run. Golden State went on with 21 straight points early in the second and began to retire.
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The Warriors ended the first half on a 52-25 run and led 54-39 at halftime, and it seemed like the team was on their way to another NBA championship.