Kevin Durant scored 33 points, Stephen Curry added 32 and Klay Thompson came out his shooting slump to chip in 22 points, as the Golden State Warriors went up 2-0 against the Cleveland Cavaliers by beating them 132-113, in game two of the NBA finals.
The Cavs made the game competitive in the first two quarters of the game and went into the half only down by three points (67-64). However, after intermission, the Warriors picked up the pace, outscored the Cavs 65-49 in the second half.
Lebron James had a triple-double and tied Magic Johnson (with 8 triple doubles), which is a record for the NBA Finals. Lebron posted 29 points, 11 rebounds and passed out 11 assists. Kevin Love added 27 points and Kyrie Irving chipped in 19 points.
However, the rest the Cavaliers offered little to no help. Tristan Thompson had 8 points and grabbed 4 rebounds in 21 minutes. Kyle Kover who was brought in to be a sharp shooter scored 8 points, and JR Smith and Deron Williams both scored zero points.