Boston Celtics Dominate Game 1 against Dallas Mavericks in NBA Finals Opener

Breaking Down Game 1: Celtics’ Defense, Porzingis’ Impact and Mavericks’ Adjustments Ahead

The NBA Finals are in full swing, and Yahoo Sports has got you covered with exclusive insights and analysis. On a recent episode of No Cap Room, senior NBA reporter Jake Fischer was reporting live from TD Garden after the Boston Celtics’ victory in game 1. Meanwhile, senior NBA writer Dan Devine joined the discussion from the office to discuss the game.

Their conversation focused on the Celtics’ dominant performance, particularly their strong defense against key players Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving. Attention was also given to Kristaps Porzingis, who was seen as the “x-factor” leading up to the series. Porzingis made a significant impact off the bench during the first quarter, securing a lead for the Celtics that they maintained throughout the game.

Jake and Dan recognized the contributions of players like Sam Hauser, who exceeded expectations in game 1, and criticized Maxi Kleber for his reluctance to shoot the ball. Looking ahead to game 2, they shifted their focus to potential adjustments that the Mavericks could make to compete with the Celtics before moving on to subsequent games in Dallas.

For more in-depth analysis and discussions on NBA Finals action, be sure to watch Jake Fischer’s report from TD Garden on YouTube. Additionally, explore other podcasts in Yahoo Sports podcast family for a range of sports content. You can find it all at or Yahoo Sports Podcasts.

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