In Game 2 of the Finals, the Celtics Come Through in Every Way to Upset the Mavericks and Grab a 2-0 Lead

The Boston Celtics took a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals after defeating the Dallas Mavericks 105-98 in a game that was full of highs and lows, but one that a very astute and accurate squad understood how to put away.

Even though Luka Doncic was not at full power, he still managed to produce a triple double with 32 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists. However, the Celtics were more cohesive as a unit and made crucial shots.

The excitement on the court was evident from the start of the game as both sides fought for every possession in an effort to establish their superiority. The Mavericks relied on an incredible effort from Doncic, who spearheaded his team’s offensive attack with a demonstration of his shooting and ball-handling prowess in what appeared to be a game Dallas might win.

But even with his brilliant individual effort, the Celtics were able to offset his influence with strong defense and a well-thought-out team plan. Boston displayed excellent team synergy and had numerous standout performances from important players. With a game-changing 26 points and 11 rebounds, Jrue Holiday led Boston’s offensive assault and demonstrated his value at key junctures.

Celtics Played Brilliantly all Evening

The squad also benefited greatly from the contributions of Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, who combined to score, pull down rebounds, and dish out assists to keep the Celtics in the game.

Under Doncic’s leadership, the Mavericks battled for a comeback as the game neared its conclusion, maintaining pressure on the ball at both ends of the court. However, the Celtics continued to play excellent defense and managed to hold onto their lead, which allowed them to win and extend their lead in the series.

The Celtics are now up 2-0 in the NBA Finals and one win away from winning the much-needed championship. As they get ready for the next games in Dallas, the Mavericks will try to solve their problems at home. Both teams will be putting everything on the line to win the NBA championship, making the series sure to stay competitive and exciting.