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Celtics Triumph Over Mavericks in Game 3 of NBA Finals, On the Verge of Championship

The Boston Celtics secured a crucial victory over the Dallas Mavericks in Game 3 of the NBA Finals, pushing them closer to clinching the championship. The Celtics' balanced offensive strategy, led by Jayson Tatum, was complemented by the support from Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart, and Al Horford. The Celtics' defensive masterclass allowed them to stifle the Mavericks' offensive threats, particularly Luka Dončić, who struggled to find his rhythm against Boston's relentless defense.

The Mavericks faced a tough night, with Tim Hardaway Jr. and Kristaps Porziņģis having flashes of brilliance but being largely contained by Boston's defense. Marcus Smart's critical three

pointer in the fourth quarter extended the Celtics' lead, creating a cushion that the Mavericks could not overcome. Al Horford's veteran presence also contributed to timely rebounds and defensive stops that thwarted Dallas's comeback attempts.

With this win, the Celtics now hold a commanding 30 lead in the series and are just one victory away from securing their first NBA Championship since 2008. Fans eagerly check the Boston Celtics schedule to see when they can watch the next game, as the pressure is now on the Mavericks to mount an improbable comeback, starting with Game 4, which is a doordie scenario for them.

The Celtics' performance in Game 3 was a testament to their depth, teamwork, and resilience. As they stand on the cusp of another championship, Boston fans have every reason to be optimistic. For the Mavericks, it's a time for introspection and regrouping to extend the series and keep their championship dreams alive.

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