The Warriors hosted the Celtics on February 2nd, but the green squad secured a 111-107 win despite Stephen Curry's 28 points.
The two teams will meet for the final time in the 2020-21 NBA regular season on Saturday.
Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics prediction
Tuesday's game should give us a solid NBA matchup.
The Golden State Warriors are on a four-game winning streak that has helped them to a 28-28 record. They occupy ninth place in the Western Conference, which would mean a place in the play-in tournament.
The Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets, the Denver Nuggets, the OKC Thunder and the Cleveland Cavaliers recently and have a 6-4 record in their last 10 games.
The Boston Celtics are also on a hot streak as they make a push for the Eastern Conference's Top 4. They have five consecutive victories and now sit fifth in the Eastern Conference with a 30-26 record.
The Celtics took four of those wins against teams in postseason places. They recently swept a road trip in the West by beating the Denver Nuggets, the Portland Trail Blazers and the LA Lakers.
While both teams are on fire right now, the Boston Celtics have a home-court advantage, and it could be decisive as the Golden State Warriors have been dismal on the road this year (11-18).
Golden State Warriors vs Boston Celtics combined starting 5
Point Guard - Stephen Curry | Shooting Guard - Jaylen Brown | Small Forward - Jayson Tatum | Power Forward - Andrew Wiggins | Center - Draymond Green.
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has been phenomenal on offense this season. The two-time MVP has led the team's recent winning streak with stunning performances.
Curry is averaging 30.7 points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists per game this season, with 49/42/93 shooting splits.
He has also put up 41.5 points, six rebounds and five assists, with 59/53/96 shooting splits, in the team's current four-game winning streak.
Brown has registered 28 points and seven rebounds per game in the Boston Celtics' ongoing five-game winning streak. Meanwhile, Tatum averages 30.4 points, 8.8 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game, with 51/45/92 shooting splits.
Andrew Wiggins and Draymond Green have also been consistent performers for the 2020-21 Golden State Warriors, even though the team has been at a .500 winning percentage throughout the year.
Wiggins is averaging a solid 18 points and five rebounds per game and has appeared in each of the Golden State Warriors' outings this year. He has also put up 48/39/70 shooting splits throughout the season.
Green, on the other hand, is leading the team with 8.5 assists per game (career-high) this year and is also at the top in Defensive Rating, Defensive Win Shares, and Defensive Box Plus/Minus.