- The Golden State Warriors topped the Boston Celtics 103-90 on Thursday to wrap up the NBA Finals.
- The victory gave the Warriors a 4-2 series win after dropping Game 1 and winning four of the next five.
- Twitter user @GrumpyNinerStan perfectly predicted how the series would good.
The Golden State Warriors used to play at Oracle Arena.
Now, it appears the Dubs may have an actual oracle in their fan base.
Golden State beat the Boston Celtics 103-90 on Thursday night to win take the NBA Finals, 4-2, and take home the Larry O’Brien Trophy.
The finals produced a number of great storylines, led by Steph Curr and Andrew Wiggins. But one Twitter user may have just stolen all the headlines.
Warriors Fan Perfectly Predicts NBA Finals Games
Game 1: Boston steals one at chase center with GS rusty.
Game 2: #warriors tie the series 1-1
Game 3: Boston wins at home.
Game 4: warriors win a tight one on the road. 2-2.
Game 5: warriors win. Boston shows signs of fatigue. 3-2.
Game 6: warriors close it out at the garden.
— grumpy dubs/niner fan (@GrumpyNinerStan) May 30, 2022
Back on May 30, before the NBA Finals even began, the Golden State Warriors fan predicted how each game in the series would go.
Little did he know that he (or she?) would perfectly predict the outcome. Let’s go game by game
Game 1: Golden State takes a double-digit lead into the fourth quarter. But then Boston closes strong, led by Al Horford, to take a 120-108 victory go up 1-0 in the series.
Game 2: Following the Game 1 letdown, the Warriors have another lights-out third quarter to take a commanding lead. This time they finish the job, winning 107-88 to even it up.
Game 3: The Celtics do as predicted in the third game. Boston set the tone early and never looked back, leading after all four quarters to win 116-100.
Game 4: The two teams go toe-to-toe. Golden State holds a slender 97-94 lead with under two minutes to go before Steph Curry puts the game on ice, scoring eight of the Warriors’ last 10 points in a 107-97 victory/
Game 5: Boston has a rough shooting night, going 11-of-32 from deep, and Andrew Wiggins also has a game of his career with 26 points and 13 rebounds. Golden State wins 104-94 to put Boston in a do-or-die situation.
Game 6: After the Celtics throw an early haymaker, going up 22-9 in the first quarter. But the Warriors closed the half on a 45-17 run to take a commanding 54-39 lead into half. Boston made a push to get within nine at 74-65 late in the third. Despite that, the Warriors proved to much and snagged a 103-90 win to close out the series as a result.
Every game, almost exactly as they predicted.
NBA fans were shook.
I'll never attempt to predict anything in this much detail, so I'll never be this correct. https://t.co/SeGCRhDtPU
— Steve Fenn //\ Mast: StatHunting@skrimmage.com (@StatHunting) June 17, 2022
— Armand 2.0 (@Armandv2_0) June 17, 2022
Many wanted to know if the all-knowing Twitter user made money off his prediction.
— TNR🦍 (@rock_sime) June 17, 2022
DID YOU BET MONEY?! YOU BETTER HAVE https://t.co/dC953wiSER
— mai| “i never left”| DUBS 💛💙/ Mai 🥇🥇🥇🥇| (@myohmizmai) June 17, 2022
But @GrumpyNinerStan seemed happy enough with the satisfaction of being right.
Never unpinning thishttps://t.co/0xb8rlh5OW
— grumpy dubs/niner fan (@GrumpyNinerStan) June 17, 2022
After the Warriors closed out Boston in style on Thursday, this fan is now a Twitter celebrity.