The Golden State Warriors aim to win their seventh NBA championship, playing in the NBA Finals for the sixth time in the last eight years.
With five straight NBA Finals appearances (2015-2019) and three titles (2015, 2017, 2018), the Warriors returned to the Finals for the first time since 2019. And for Ime Udoka, head coach of the Boston Celtics, this accomplishment is ‘impressive’.
“Yeah, I think anytime you have that sustained success, it’s impressive. Leagues come and go, teams come and go.
It fluctuates throughout the seasons and to stay injury-free and have that longevity, I think it’s six out of eight years for them, is impressive, especially with some of the injuries they’ve been through.
As teams, like I said, kind of fluctuate back and forth, they’ve stayed consistent. It’s a model for what we want to do here and build and grow into that, and so very impressive what Kerr has done there, what their team has done in implementing new guys little by little by continuing to have the same success with the core group.
It is impressive. We’ve seen teams do it over the years, and that’s our goal, as well,” Udoka told media, including Hedgeout.net, ahead of Game 3 at TD Garden.
With the series tied (1-1), Games 3 and 4 will take place in Boston this week. The Warriors aim to win their fourth title in the last eight years, while the Celtics seek to return to the top after 12 years.