Driven by 34 from Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors crushed the Boston Celtics 103-90 on Thursday night to guarantee their fourth NBA title in the last eight seasons.

The triumph gives the triplet of Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green their fourth title together

all under lead trainer Steve Kerr - - adding to their titles from 2015, 2017 and 2018. They've dominated 21 NBA Finals matches together, having as of late passed Tim Duncan,

Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili (19) for the most NBA Finals prevails upon by a threesome the most recent 30 years.

Curry, who was in tears on the court after the last whistle, won NBA Finals MVP praises without precedent for his profession.

"This is what it's all about, playing for a championship and what we've been through the last three years," he said

"Start of the time, no one idea we'd be here with the exception of everyone on this court the present moment, and it's astounding. However, extremely dreamlike.

"You never underestimate this since no one can really tell while you will be back here. Also, to get back here and make it happen, it means everything," he said.

This title closes a blip for the Warriors, as they were damaged by wounds for two or three years and were back in the postseason interestingly beginning around 2019.