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Al Horford scored 26 points hitting six 3-pointers, Jaylen Brown added 24 points, and the Boston Celtics rode the most lopsided fourth quarter in NBA Finals history to a 120-108 victory over the Golden State Warriors in Game 1 on Thursday night. Steph Curry led the Warriors with 34 points. Game 2 is Sunday night back at Chase Center.

After a big win over the Golden State Warriors in Game 1, the Boston Celtics veteran forward Al Horford shared his thoughts on his fellow teammate Derrick White (21 points, 3 assists) being a part of the Celtics: “We love Derrick, what he’s brought to our group and his commitment.”