Golden State took the second of the series against Boston, and the Mexican helped end the victory at the Chase Center with a pair of assists in the closing moments.
The Mexican Juan Toscano-Anderson entered with 3:35 remaining in the second game of the NBA Finalswith victory for his team, the Golden State WarriorsOver the boston celticsby a score of 107-88.
Toscano-Anderson entered being up Golden State by 102-78, with the mission of managing the advantage in the final stretch, a mission that the Warriors failed to complete in the first game of the series, when they fell 120-108 to the Celtics.
With the series tied at one victory per side, the action moves to the city of Boston. the victory of Golden State ensures that the series will return to the Bay, eventually, for a fifth game.
Toscano-Anderson he finished the second game with a defensive rebound, and two assists, in addition to a turnover and a failed 3-point attempt in 4 minutes of action.
Previously, the Mexican he also saw very limited action in the series opener, with an assist in just 1 minute of activity. Unlike this Sunday’s game, in that first appearance, the game was already delivered.
For the regular season, Toscano-Anderson He set a personal record with 73 games played, during which he averaged 13.6 minutes on the court and 4.1 points per game.
On the part of the Celticsthe Dominican Al Horford could not match his breakout performance from the first match, when he led the victory of Boston with 26 points in 33 minutes of action. In the second of the series, Horford he shot just 1 of 4 from the field for 2 points. Also, he contributed eight rebounds, one assist, one block and two turnovers in 28 minutes of the game.
In the second match of the series, the best scorer of the match was Steph Curry with 29 units for Golden Statefollowed by the 28 points he added Jayson Tatum for the Celtics.
With 63 points after the first two duels, Curry he is the best scorer in the Finals so far.
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Mexican Juan Toscano-Anderson contributes in the victory of the Golden State Warriors