The Boston Celtics will play their first home game of these 2022 NBA Finals today when they host the Golden State Warriors in Game 3. Check out everything you need to know about this game, such as the preview, information, predictions, odds, storylines 🔴LIVE📺📱👉 Warriors vs Celtics Live Stream
🔴GO LIVE📺📱👉 Warriors vs Celtics Live Online The Warriors responded to their Game 1 loss in the 2022 NBA Finals in a big way. Led by Stephen Curry, Golden State cruised to a 107-88 victory over Boston in Game 2 to tie the series at 1-1. Curry was at his best in the third quarter when he posted 14 of his game-high 29 points. The Warriors outscored the Celtics 35-14 in the period to take a commanding lead going into the final frame, this time holding onto it to secure the victory. Jayson Tatum scored a team-high 28 points for the Celtics, but he shot 8-for-19 from the field. Jaylen Brown started out strong but struggled the rest of the way, finishing with 17 points on 5-for-17 shooting. Who, besides Stephen Curry, is going to score for Golden State in this series? Curry's 63 points more than double any of his teammates, with second-place Andrew Wiggins scoring just 31 points thus far in the Finals. Jordan Poole and Klay Thompson are averaging just 13 points per game each, far below their scoring outputs earlier in the playoffs. Curry is one of the greatest scorers in NBA history, but he can't be the only Warrior to put the ball in the basket. The Celtics have been spectacular at two things this postseason: winning on the road and winning after losses. They are 6-0 following defeats in the postseason and 8-3 on the road. At home? They're just 5-4, and after wins? They're 6-6, including a Game 2 loss. The Celtics don't just want to win this series. They want to win it as quickly as possible. They saw against Miami how dangerous things can get when you play with your food. If they want to take a 3-1 lead back to San Francisco, they'll have to win two home games and win one game after a victory. The Celtics are used to playing with their backs against the wall. Now, we'll see how they handle being a favorite.