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Warriors easily dominate the Cavaliers in Game 2 win

Curry had the shot of Game 2, draining an off-balance three from several feet behind the arc over Love as the shot clock counted down.


Kahron Spearman


The two-time MVP, Stephen Curry, made 11 of 26 shots but went 9 for 17 from deep, to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 122-103 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night, to take a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals.

 

Kevin Durant scored 26 and guarded LeBron James for most of the night. Klay Thompson added 20 points.

 

James, who looked tired at points during the game, still played well. He notched 29 points, with 13 rebounds and nine assists.

Those moments when you can come down and answer and keep the momentum on our side, it's big. Keep the crowd into it.

Kevin Love produced 22 points and ten boards for the Cavs, who shot awfully.

 

Curry, though, had the shot of Game 2 with 7:54 to play, draining an off-balance three from several feet behind the arc over Love as the shot clock counted down. It was a knockout momentum killer that Cleveland wouldn't come back from, as Curry continued to rain threes.

 

J.R. Smith, whose blunder hampered the Cavs' chances of winning Game 1, received cheers from the Golden State faithful during pregame introductions and got "M-V-P!" chants when he went to the foul line.

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