Boston snaps the Warriors' near-historic home game winning streak with the 109-106 win
If you don't love NBA basketball after this game I don't know what to tell you, though if you follow these two teams it was destined to be epic after they went to double overtime earlier this year. In the end, Boston pulled it out 109-106 breaking the Warriors' 14-month streak of home game wins in the regular season.
The Warriors started out strong with a 9-3 lead. Boston came back and took a 11-9 lead halfway through the first quarter. It was a close game the rest of the way with Boston holding a 45-43 lead at halftime.
There were a ton of turnovers in this game, most of them coming from Golden State. Steph Curry had 9 himself while his whole team had 22.
Isaiah Thomas had a horrid start, failing to score in the first half. Then he almost had 20 points in the third. Yea, this game was that crazy.
For Boston, Thomas finished with 22 points and six assists, Jared Sullinger had 20 points and 12 rebounds and Evan Turner had 21 points, five rebounds and five assists.
For Golden State, Curry had 29 points, six assists and five rebounds, Draymond Green had 16 points, nine rebounds and seven assists and Klay Thompson had 15 points.
Boston moves on to face the lowly L.A. Lakers on Sunday.