2022 NBA Finals matchup ready to kick-off

From left: Zara Al-Najjar, Farah Al-Shiyyab, and Mohammad Hasoneh. (Photos: Jordan News)
AMMAN — The 2022 NBA Finals matchup is finally set.

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With the Warriors already in the Finals after managing to win four games out of five, taking out Luka Donkic’s Dallas Mavericks out of the strongest basketball league in the world.

This is a dream final between two teams: one is the best collectively, especially in offensive aspects, while the second, Boston, commands the best defensive tactics in the league.

This is a match that everyone is waiting for, and spectators will watch with excitement to the fullest.

After we met the Jordanian basketball stars, the expectations for the team that would win the title and the best player in the finals were as follows:

Zaid Abbas, the captain of our national team, predicted that the Warriors would win the title, and his star, Steve Kerry, will be the best player.

Joanna Haddad, the star of our national team and the Orthodox Club, expected the Warriors to win the title, and Steve Kerry as the best player.

As for Lana Sanna, the national team and the Orthodox club player, expects the Celtics to win the title, and Jason Tatum as the best player.

Mahmoud Abdeen, the captain of the Wehdat team, the star of our national team, the captain of the Al-Ahly team, as well as the star of our national team, Ahmed Hamarsha, expect the Warriors to win the title, and Kerry the best player.

Nader Ahmed, the star of the Jubeiha team and our national team player, predicts the Celtics would win the title and Tatum as the best player.

As for Ghaith Al-Faraj, Al-Ahli club player, he gave preference to the Warriors and his star, Steve Kerry, as the best player. Same prediction was made by Ali Al-Zou’bi, Al Wehdat and Jordan National team player.

While former player of Al-Ahli Jordan and former player on the Portuguese team Galitos, Mohammad Hasonh, expects Boston to win, but after a strong series, and he expects the award for best player to go to Jason Tatum.

The captain of the Orthodox women’s team, Tala Owais, nominated the Warriors for the title and is a fan of star Steve Kerry, but she expects a strong streak.

As for the national team and the Orthodox club player, Farah Al-Shiyyab, she predicts Boston will win the title and Tatum to be the awarded with the best player award. Nonetheless, she expects the series to be close in level. With the star of the Fuheis team and the national team, Zara Al-Najjar, sharing the same thoughts.

Most of the nominations were in favor of the Golden State Warriors, as the Warriors possess the experience of playing in the finals and the presence of their group of stars such as Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Jordan Paul, Andre Wiggins, and the talented coach, Steve Kerr.

But the Boston Celtics, with the strongest defensive performance so far, will not be an easy prey for the Warriors, and the presence of dominating players will make the task difficult, and may even be enough for the Celtics to achieve the title again for the club, which is one of the oldest and most decorated team along with the Lakers.

Stars such as Jason Tatum, Marcus Smart, Robert William’s, and veteran Gaylene Browno Al Horford are able to pose a challenge and create an eventful series.

Let’s enjoy the final of a long-awaited dream.

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