NBAThe Warriors have lost at home! And yes, it’s not a joke on April Fools’ Day. On April 1 the Warriors have seen broken their fantastic run at home. Boston Celtics is the author of the feat.

Boston won 106-109 at Oracle Arena, the impregnable stronghold. Until this match, Golden State had a mark of 36-0 at home this season and added 54 games unbeaten at home, which is the best record in the NBA history. After the defeat of the Warriors the only remaining unbeaten team in the league: San Antonio Spurs.

Warriors had not lost in their flag since January 2015. They fell to the Bulls on that night.

The big Celtics

Brad Stevens team was doing a very job throughout this season and this victory is truly their culmination. The Celtics showed in the match immense intensity and a tight determination to end up winning with 22 points from Isaiah Thomas, Evan Turner with 21 and 20 with 12 rebounds from Jared Sullinger. And they did not weaken in the final despite the thrust of the Warriors and their fans support.

The best local effort came from Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, but unfortunately for his team both made 2 deadly mistakes in the final seconds that led to the defeat of the Warriors. Green lost an important ball and Curry missed the final three that would have forced an overtime.

Draymond Green had 16 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists and 6 steals. Stephen Curry, meanwhile, went to 29 points and 8 triples. Yes, he got 6 triples in a brutal third quarter and 0 of 3 in the last.

After the defeat, the goal of Warriors to overcome the Bulls with the 72 wins in the 1995-1996 season gets complicated. Now the team is 68-8. And with 6 games left to go. They have to win four to tie those Bulls of Michael Jordan and 5 to beat them. The challenge is there.


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