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The Boston Celtics took an upset in Game 1 with an overwhelming fourth quarter. The Golden State Warriors restored equilibrium in Game 2 with an overwhelming third quarter. So as the NBA Finals head east, the series is knotted at a game apiece — with plenty of intrigue in store.

With the finals dominating the sports-world discourse right now, we thought it would be appropriate to invite Ben Golliver, our national NBA writer, to help me with the Q&A. Ben was with the Celtics in their second-round series against Milwaukee, was with the Warriors for the Western Conference finals, and is bouncing between coasts now as the finals get into full gear.

Here are some of the questions we answered:

Read the full chat below.

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Thomas Floyd, an editor for The Post’s Sports section, produced this Q&A.