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When your best player plays his worst basketball all playoffs, and you still win a crucial game five, I’d say you would have all the momentum in the world (hypothetically, of course). If you had Ratajkowski eating chocolate-covered strawberries off of Megan Fox in a hot tub, it still wouldn’t be as hot as the Warriors in the third quarter of these Finals. Look, Boston has put up a better fight than I imagined they would have, but the Warriors will close this thing out.
Even though Boston fans have rejuvenated their Masshole confidence, I’m still confident the Warriors will win this series. If the NBA was a bar, the Warriors are a girl with 7,000 Instagram followers, a beach house that she’ll get in the inheritance, and a body that won’t quit. Golden State can guard you a variety of ways, with Andrew Wiggins becoming a legitimate defensive stopper who, paired with Draymond Green, led one of the regular season’s best defensive units.
In these playoffs, the Warriors have been more unconscious than that one dude who got in Mike Tyson’s face on an airplane. What makes the Warriors the NBA equivalent to a Stephen King book is the fact that at any moment, Klay, Steph, or Jordan Poole could hit you with an array of threes. There’s no feeling of safety, even when you’re up by twelve points. Boston is a great team, but they are containable. If the Celtics were an STD, they would go away after a week’s worth of pills, while the Warriors would quite literally ruin your life. Take Golden State to end the series.