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The 2022 NBA Finals are over.
The Golden State Warriors advanced from the Western Conference after eliminating the Dallas Mavericks in a 4-1 gentleman’s sweep. 
On the other side of the bracket, the Boston Celtics moved on from the Eastern Conference after knocking out the Miami Heat in a 4-3 series win. 
Now that the series is complete, here is everything to know about how Warriors-Celtics matchup went:
The games for the 2022 NBA Finals had a 2-2-1-1-1 format, with the Warriors having home-court advantage. Despite being the lower overall seed, Golden State’s 53-29 record in the regular season was better than Boston’s 51-31 record, giving the Bay team the edge.
Golden State hosted Games 1, 2 and 5 and would have hosted a potential Game 7. Boston, on the other hand, hosted Games 3, 4 and 6.
Here is the full six-game schedule for the 2022 NBA Finals:

2 Boston Celtics vs. No. 3 Golden State Warriors
Game 1: Boston won 120-108
Game 2: Golden State won 107-88
Game 3: Boston won 116-100
Game 4: Golden State won 107-97
Game 5: Golden State won 104-94
Game 6: Golden State won 103-90




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