Celtics realize their offense is key to driving Game 7 vs. Warriors in NBA Finals

The Warriors have scored approximately a hundred

ten factors per 100 possessions irrespective of the final results.

Boston, but, has been unable to discover that offensive consistency

that’s why it faces elimination, down 3-2 in the series heading into Game 6.

In their wins, the Celtics were exceptional at one hundred twenty five.

Five points in step with 100 possessions. In their losses, their scoring drops to ninety five.

5 factors in keeping with one hundred possessions.

More than anything in this series for Boston, its offense dictates the outcome every recreation

much of the focus can be on wings Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown — Boston's  first-rate offensive players

 their potential to break down Golden State's stout defense.

If Boston’s offense is buzzing, the Finals is headed for a Game 7. 

If not, the Warriors will win Game 6 and every other name on Thursday at TD Garden.

Celtics train Ime Udoka appears to understand that, too.

"You observe the large picture, we're protecting well enough to win," he stated Wednesday. 

"It's actually some stagnant lulls offensively that have truly harm us.

We'll have 1 / 4 or two or three of really desirable basketball, then have that area or  that simply have hurt us."