NBA Finals first game scene review: Zhan Huang long shot three non-stick Curry bottom three-pointer

NBA Finals first game scene review: Zhan Huang long shot three non-stick Curry bottom three-pointer
In the first game of the NBA Finals, with 4 minutes and 21 seconds left in the half, Curry hit a three-pointer and triggered the score to 36-36. The two teams returned to the same starting line.  The knight came up immensely, once leading the Warriors 26-13.But in the second quarter, the Warriors took advantage of the rotation of the spindle, hit a 23-10 offensive climax, and once tied the score.Curry’s bottom three-pointer is in a hurry, and James can only open the attack mode.However, under the targeted defense of the Warriors, James can only choose a mid-range jumper.4 minutes and 33 seconds before the end of the half, James took the ball from the outside and shot three non-sticks with almost no defensive pressure.  And looking back, Curry used the running position to come to the top corner, received Green’s pass, and his hand fell off, which was a three-pointer.The top corner is called Curry’s death zone. He shot 14 times in the playoffs and even hit 13 goals.With Curry hitting the ball, the Warriors smoothed out the difference.Before the end of the halftime game, the Cavaliers used the last attack, JR Smith made a three-pointer, the Cavaliers 51-48 Warriors halftime.(Shawn)