This Saturday (11), the NBA released a favorite ranking update to win the MVP award in the final.
And, of course, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors remains a leader, especially after his spectacular performance in Game 4, which secured the Warriors series tie.
The ranking has changed since the 4th game in the series. That’s because Andrew Wiggins of the Warriors moved up to fifth place with his biggest career marks, 17 points and 16 rebounds.
Check your favorite rankings to win the NBA Finals MVP Award.
1st place: Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors
NBA Finals Statistics: 34.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, 3.8 assists per game
How is Stephen Curry’s performance in Game 4? The Warriors point guard scored 43 points (third highest in his career), 10 rebounds and 4 assists, 14 out of 26 field shots and 7 out of 14 3 points. .. Curry’s score was heavily influenced by the 14 points scored in the third quarter and helped ensure victory in the last few minutes of the match.
2nd place: Jaylen Brown, Boston Celtics
NBA Finals Statistics: 22.3 points, 7 reb, 3.8 ast
In general, Brown is showing aggressive performance, but he took his first shot at 7:31 until the end of the first quarter and finished with the first shot with two points shortly after scoring 10 in the second quarter. Did. The wing exceeded 500 points in the playoffs, but scored only 9 points in 4 of the 11 shots from the field in the second half.
3rd place: Jayson Tatum, Boston Celtics
NBA Finals Statistics: 22.3 points, 7 reb, 7.8 ast
Tatum stood out at one moment, but nevertheless did not “explode” like the other moments in the previous series. In the second half of the game in the first quarter of the series, the Celtics star was plus or minus -19, averaging 8.3 points, converting 26.5% from the court and 21.4% from the three lines.
4th place: Golden State Warriors, Klay Thompson
NBA Finals Statistics: 17.3 points, 2.5 reb, 2 ast
Thompson has defeated Curry and Green in 19 NBA Finals matches, rivaling the record for the most victorious trio of San Antonio Spurs trio Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili in the last 50 years. Thompson and Curry (18 points) nearly exceeded the Celtics team’s overall score (19 points) in the final quarter, combining five of the eight shots from the field with four shots from the surroundings.
5th place: Andrew Wiggins, Golden State Warriors
NBA Finals Statistics: 16.5 points, 8.5 reb, 1.5 ast
Wiggins helped the Warriors win their second post-season victory in Boston and their first victory since 1960. In addition, the team’s success in the series correlates with Wiggins’ performance. For the sake of explanation, the Celtics dominated the rebound (47-31) in the third game of the NBA Finals, with the Warriors recording only seven games. However, in Game 4, his 13 defensive rebounds limited the Celtics to 12 second chance points. The Warriors, on the other hand, were 19.