Warriors cruise to Game 2 win

Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry lit up Oracle Arena and the Warriors cruised to a win in game 2 of the NBA Finals 132-113 over the Cavaliers.

James chose to skip the usual postgame news conference, causing some to think he was upset.

"I have no idea if that mattered or not, but I didn't want to say the same thing everybody else was saying". But the Cavs have to find better combinations out on the floor right now.

Golden State improved to 14-0 this postseason and is trying to become the first group to go unbeaten all the way to a title. It's the third quarter in particular that has undone the Cavs. Durant shot 13-of-22 and nailed four three-pointers, while also registering just three turnovers.

James was in no mood to suffer fools as you can see from the video above.

Game 3 is Wednesday night in Cleveland, and it's basically a must-win.

The Warriors lead 59-56 with 3 minutes left in the half. This time, he hasn't been able to light a fire under some of those same teammates.

"We're never anxious about him and his shooting or anything and spotlight that's on that", Stephen Curry said.

Durant and Curry each scored 15 first-half points, but Golden State had 13 turnovers at the break after just four in the series opener. Cleveland's super-subs, Kyle Korver and Deron Williams, haven't been good.

Durant's 2012 Thunder lost in the NBA Finals to LeBron James' then-super team, the Miami Heat.

Maybe the Cavs should try to slow down the pace.

"I'm just seeing a lot of bodies", Irving said. "As the game went on we got more comfortable, shots started to fall and the ball was hopping, and that's the formula for us to be successful against this Cavs team. If the Cavaliers are going to duplicate what we saw a year ago, they'll have to figure out how to slow the Warriors" lightning scoring pace while getting other people involved in the scoring. It changed the Finals and reversed an almost-certain outcome.

There were some exceptional performances from players on both teams tonight, with two opposing players achieving triple-doubles.

At the end of the third quarter, Golden State was leading 102-88. Stop LeBron and stop Cleveland.

When the Warriors' coach took the podium to address the media before Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday, it was Steve Kerr, not Mike Brown, who nestled into the seat. And so are Cleveland's black jerseys. "I know he didn't lose confidence in himself, at all, and knew he was helping us win, even though he wasn't shooting the ball well".

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James.

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