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How to watch Boston Celtics vs. Golden State Warriors Game 5: NBA Finals time, TV channel, live stream. The 2022 NBA Finals bounce back to the West Coast as the Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors square off in Game 5 at Chase Center in San Francisco on Monday, June 13 (6/13/2022) at 9 p.m. ET.

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With the series tied at 2-2 following the Warrior’s 107-97 win on Friday, it’s now a best-of-three affair for the rest of the series, with two of those games being played at Chase Center.

In Game 4, Steph Curry put up a staggering 43 points, his highest total for the series so far. But Boston remains confident in its position.

“A lot of great basketball is still in front of us,” Jaylen Brown told ESPN after Game 4. “We take our mistakes and learn from them and you apply it as best you can going forward. I still think we are in a great spot.”

Here’s how to watch.

What: NBA Finals, Game 5

Who: Celtics @ Warriors

When: Monday, June 13

Where: Chase Center, San Francisco, California

Time: 9:00 p.m. ET


The NBA Finals are tied at 2-2. If that sounds familiar to fans of the Boston Celtics, it should.

For whatever reason, when the Celtics make the NBA Finals, 2-2 ties seem normal. And that’s exactly where they are now, knotted up going into Game 5 of this year’s series against the Golden State Warriors on Monday night.

This is the 13th time in Boston’s 22 title-series appearances that there has been a 2-2 tie headed into Game 5. In the previous 12 such situations, Boston has won the title nine times — but failed to do so in 1985 and 2010, the last two times in which the Celtics were involved in a tied finals after four games.

Being in a 2-2 finals tie is a bit of a rarity for the Warriors. This is only the second 2-2 tie in the franchise’s 12 finals appearances; the other was in 2015, when Golden State won Game 4 at Cleveland and then claimed the title in six games.


Warriors guard Stephen Curry’s 137 points so far in this series are the most through four games of any NBA Finals since Kevin Durant also had 137 for the Warriors at this point in 2017.

Curry has 25 3-pointers so far, the most through four games of a finals. There have been seven instances of a player having at least 15 3s in the first four games of a finals — Curry is responsible for six of them, Danny Green (17 in 2013) the other. Curry had the previous most through four games, 22 in 2018.

The NBA Finals are back in the Bay area and things are evenly poised at 2-2. Golden State Warriors have the homecourt advantage back in what is now essentially a three-game series. The fifth match between Golden State and the Boston Celtics will be played at the Chase Centre in San Francisco

Let’s recap Game 4 which took place in Boston on Saturday. Stephen Curry played a match for the ages and carried the misfiring Warriors on his back. Curry’s 43 made him a strong contender for the Finals MVP, an award which he has strangely never won even though the Warriors are playing their sixth NBA Finals in eight years.

The Boston Celtics will be hoping that the series continues its swing factor where no team has been able to string together two wins so far. To prevail over the Warriors, Boston’s Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown need to be firing all cylinders.

The Warriors will depend on Curry as always but the supporting cast needs to do better. Fellow ‘Splash Brother’ Klay Thompson notched 18 points in Game 4 and it’s time for him to show some of his dazzling shooting skills. Draymond Green is also due to a big performance after a lackluster series.